Hey Alex, I don't know what to recommend but I can tell you of my trials and tribulations (LOL).
My 93 was actually dangerous to drive at night the headlights were so crappy. I got tired of holding a flashlight out the window (just joking but it was almost that bad!) so I tried other stuff. 100W bulbs that burned out in 6 mos and driving lights that a curb promptly knocked off!
In 96, I found a TSB that told Chrysler dealerships to replace pre-96 Concorde lights with 96 model units. I approached Chrysler with TSB in hand and at 75K miles, they GAVE me $450 worth of 96 headlights if I'd install them (it took a couple of phone calls but I got my lights!). Helped a littel bit but beam pattern still doesn't compare to the European!
I spent HOURS searching and reading anything I could find on automobile headlights. The most imformative stuff I found was on Dan Sterns site.
The REAL solution is european spec headlights & H4 bulbs supplied on our cars sold in Belbuim but the $600+ price tag will cause you to step back & rething that one - it did me!
One really annoying thing I noticed with my Concorde was when I'd hit the brights, the low beams would actually go off leaving a sizable dark spot in front of the car. So I wired a relay, that was energized by the hi beam, to power the low beam so they would stay on all the time. Then I added another couple of relays & 12 gauge wire to power the lights using the factory wiring only to energize the relays (ala Dan Stern's instructions). This eliminates the potential (and very real) voltage drop across the headlight on/off switch, the dimmer switch and the miles of factory itsy bitsy gauge wire. I was actuall getting only about 10.5-11.5 volts to the headlights before the relays - now get whatever the altinator is putting out (13.5 or so). I did notice "brighter" light after the relays were added - but still not like I'd like it due to the crappy beam pattern.
I now see Dan lists some "good" blue lights and I may give them a try if I can find some.
BTW, I am most interested in the aftermarket assemblies mentioned that "bushman" installed. I don't know "bushman"....anyone have any details?
[ January 09, 2002: Message edited by: 79lilred ]