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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Can someone please tell me if the 92-96 head klights will work on an 89? im looking at some projector lights for my 89.
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No they are completely differant. You could however swap the 92-96 front clip onto your 89. This consists of swaping the rad support, fenders, hood, header panel and headlights/grill. There is also some wiring to the head lights/turn signals to change. There is a tech write up about retro fitting projectors into 92+ headlights that may or maynot work for your 89.

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There is a tech write up about retro fitting projectors into 92+ headlights that may or maynot work for your 89.
AFAIK that retro won't work for the '87-'91 club. There are no clear headlights to use for the retrofit available. So your only choice is to swap front ends or deal with the stock headlamp housings.
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Originally Posted by Big*Kountry View Post
Can someone please tell me if the 92-96 head klights will work on an 89?
Define "work"... If you connect the wiring, they WILL come on & provide light that will allow you to drive on the darkest nights.
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welcome to the club that has no direct fit after market headlights =(

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