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Old 01-05-2012, 03:52 PM
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Hey! Anyone know of an economical replacement / fix for the HID headlights on the '98 Lincoln Mark VIII? My son is serving overseas and picked up a Lincoln cheap but now a low beam is out and it seams Sylvania hasn't manufactured these in years and there are no replacements. There are replacement HID kits or conversions to halogen but are fairly expensive. Any ideas?

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It looks like rock auto has replacements. They are expensive
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Thanks, it looks like the only solutions for this mess approach the purchase price of the car. Hopefully he can fix it and get rid of it.
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I didn't fully research but would these adapters work?

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Lincoln-Mark-...-/160522081383

I don't know squat about the vendor just ran across them today.
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Thanks, I think he's going to try a kit from xtreme hid. Hopefully it will work
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