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Hey, i have a 94' Dodge Intrepid 3.5L DOHC. And my head lights suck! I get the wrost visibilty from them. So i went out and bought some HID Hyper White bulbs. There was a little improvement but not to what i wanted it to be. I adjusted the angle of the lamps and its just like they were placed bad. Is there any thing i could do to fix this? SOme kinda bulb out there that can improve my vision at night?
 

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we did do a pattern change on the 95 and up headlamps , but still not much better. all you can do is keep the driving lights on with the headlamps. The new LH headlamps are a billion times better lights.
 

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yeah thats forsure, I notice a hudge differance from my first gen to second gen headlights.
 

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Use the beam pattern specified in the Hayes repair manual (I think) It does wonders

Basically, put ur car 25feet from a wall (make sure car is level) then aim your headlights 2 feet up from the bottom of the wall. I can't remember how to aim horizontally though. But it works great.
 

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I have the same problem with the condensation......I think I might try a hairdryer on the surface for a few minutes...it might work :rolleyes:
 

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Well, if theres condensation in the headlights, open em up (take out the bulb) on a dry day and let them air out a bit. Then make sure they are sealed up nicely when you put the bulbs back in, and you should be fine. As for the headlights themselves, they are complete ****. I got a pair of new 4" round driving lights and wiring/relay system for 110 bucks Canadian, put some 100W Xenon bulbs in them (upgraded the wiring), and jeeze! What a difference, I can actually see at night. Absolutely beautiful!!! There is not much you can do with the headlights, but I might open them up and screw around with them anyways...
 

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By the way, you can buy new driving or fog lights, whatever you prefer (driving lights are brighter for normal weather driving, but whatever) and install them where the current fog lights are, if you have em. Throw the stock fog lights out, as they are garbage.
Hope that helps...
 
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