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Old 02-18-2006, 11:53 PM
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replacment bulb #

hey guys, i got a 69 nova. whats the headlight bulb number?

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I believe the lights are H6024 (7" round) with H4 bulbs.
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Doc Here,

73Oldsman Is Right..The Halogen H6024 will work...

The sealed Beam is a 6014..

Here is a list of Lamps you can get from Parts America..

69 Nova Headlamps

Be advised, if you go with the halogen upgrade from a Sealed beam system, you should consider upgrading the system to relays, heavier wire..and maybe an Alternator upgrade if needed for better brightness, and better system capacity.

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thanks guys for your help, i plan on doing an hid set up if its not to hard. it will have new relays,wiring, and a new alternator. thanks for your help
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No Sweat!

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