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Make your own, thats what I did. used hellas 90mm projector housings and fabricated my own headlights.

Without the covers on.
 

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The '98 headlights won't fit your car? Isn't the body style the same if you have a '97 corolla?
 

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no, it's not. 98-00 was different.
 

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There are some JDM-ish projectors which look pretty good and come with corners. The problem is they're only one light bulb and I don't know how that would work.

Then theres the Diamond-style regular and black halos.

They all pop up on Ebay from time to time.
 

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There are OEM Projectors out there... They came on the AE101 Trueno... I am actually ringing around all of my contacts to hunt these down, possibly in the states too.
 

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they look something like the ones on the grey car:
 

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What do you mean by one bulb? It's a H3 with two filaments, plus the parker in the housing.
 

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So you're saying there should be no problem with wiring hooking up the one-bulb lights, even though the stock Corolla ones have separate highbeam and regular bulbs?
 

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oh... US ones do. Everywhere else has the single H3 bulbs... which is why i was so puzzled as to why you were asking about the one bulb. But no, there should be no problem. Both will have a common earth, and a positive wire, so you just need to merge the two.
 

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thespud said:
oh... US ones do. Everywhere else has the single H3 bulbs... which is why i was so puzzled as to why you were asking about the one bulb. But no, there should be no problem. Both will have a common earth, and a positive wire, so you just need to merge the two.
Already explained.

You just need to find the active wire on each, find the filament that it works for each beam. Then get one of the earths and wire that to the earth. Not hard..
 
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