Headlights

Asked by Sep 14, 2011 at 09:14 PM about the 2003 Mazda Protege5 4 Dr STD Wagon

Question type: Car Customization

Hey everyone i am trying to fix up my Protege 5 headlights...anyone has any suggestion where i can get some really cool ones?

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i have a 2002 mazda p5 and i just put some Hid lights in. and love them looks good and can see 3 times better i got them from HID Nation there real easy to put in there just plug and play no cutting wires hope this helps

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Hey marvin thanks for the suggest. Do you have anymore websites that you may know that will help me tune up my car?

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No not really all i have done to mine is tint the windows and put wheels and tires on it but been looking on ebay i want to put cold air intake and a power chip but if i hear of a place ill let you know but i'm sure there is a website just for p5s

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Okay thanks man I appreciate it. Keep up the good work with you p5

Hey Marvin sorry to keep bothering you, but do I need relays and cancellar to get the hid lights? What do you recommend? And is it better with a slim or standard ballast?

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what year do u have? and do u have day time running lights? if not you don't need the relay or cancellar and the slim ballast are the best and i got the 8k give a nice light blue look i'm getting a set for my girlfriends car tonite i think these light are sweet and man you can see everything and if you have any more ??? plz ask trust me you will love them...

Thanks man I appreciate all the advice thank you!

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