Headlight H4/Halogen With Bulb Set 1969

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Headlight H4/Halogen With Bulb Set 1969

Product Description

Set of Four H4/Halogen Headlights with Bulbs for 1969 Mustangs.

These kits come with four headlight housings and four H4 bulbs. They will convert your stock sealed beam headlights to a modern H4 bulb. Retains all factory wiring and uses factory connectors. 5-3/4" headlight with flat glass lens and replaceable H4 halogen bulb.

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Headlight H4/Halogen With Bulb Set 1969 is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fitting is not correct (Install tip) I went to install these and the headlight tabs would not seat properly into the headlight bowl. After some researching I found there was no other options than to live with it. Still not completely happy with this approach I found that I had to force the headlight tabs into the headlight bowl slots.
Date published: 2015-10-15
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Product Questions

I ordered and received these headlights but all (4) are the same. The outer stock low beams are (3)prong and the inner stock headlights are (2)prong. Will these still work with all (4) being (3) pronged?

Asked by: 69mok1
Yes, you will just want to bend the extra prong out of the way on the inboard lights.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2015-11-26

This says retain factory wiring, but I have been reading that the factory wiring doesn't handle the halogen upgrades. Wiring harness upgrade is not needed for these?

Asked by: hawks69
It honestly depends on the condition of your wiring. Sometimes older wiring can't handle it and will cause the lights to flicker and be dimmer than they should be. You can try out the halogens and see if your wiring can handle it, or you can preemptively upgrade using CJ part # HVU2.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-08-25
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