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Jordan Lee Wynn

2015 yukon headlights


Question ?? does anyone know if the 2018 Yukon "HID" headlight assembly will fit my 2015 Yukon ? and if so are they just plug and play or are the wiring harness's different ? I've been running aftermarket HID's and I'm tired of always having to work on them, just not reliable and the stock halogen bulbs in projectors just plain suck !!

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I bought a conversion kit for my '86 Grand Marquis back 5 years ago from this place: https://coolbulbs.com/hidkits-body/hidkits-body?SID=vs7caglejftsd8n9qdgrgequf3


Haven't had a single issue yet. It gets driven for 3 seasons each year up here in MA, then is stored in an unheated barn for winter (constant humid conditions). I even have had one of the electronic units mounted on the plastic washer fluid / coolant reservoir (bad for heat dissipation) for this whole time, and that one is still going strong. They are German made electronics, not chinese.

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