Yes, wiring up a custom harness is simple, getting the actual body parts (bumper/grille, corner lights, headlamp assy) costs $$$$.bush said:How can I convert 1998 headlights to 2000 headlights. Is there a way to splice the wires so that it would work?
know would that be the same witha 99 and how exactly do u wire them in all together?woshiagni said:Yes, wiring up a custom harness is simple, getting the actual body parts (bumper/grille, corner lights, headlamp assy) costs $$$$.
For each side, you basically need three main parts (not including the wires you'll need to solder up):
1) Find an old 9003/H4 bulb and break it so you have a "socket" that will fit your current headlight connector (or just buy a reverse 9003 socket, although I haven't seen these around before). You will also need 2) a 9005 socket and 3) a 9006 socket to plug into your new bulbs. Solder the ground and 12v connections between the 9003, 9005, and 9006 sockets and your good to go.
were did u get those from i looked on ebay for the 9005/9006 kits but im not sure if its the rite thing. and i cant find the the harness to connect to the factory harness97trdcamry said:I recently did the conversion without swapping the bumper or anything. A little cutting here and a little trimming there, and they are beautiful. All the tools you need is a razor blade, a dremmel, and a big c clamp. no to mention alot of patience.
For the wiring, I purchased a high wattage headlight wiring kit for 9005 / 9006, and I used a H3 high wattage harness adapter so I did not have to cut my factory wires. I took some pics and I plan to do a detailed write-up sometime soon.
alot of work, and this topic has been covered alot of times before :naughty:bush said:How can I convert 1998 headlights to 2000 headlights. Is there a way to splice the wires so that it would work?