How to Install 1997-2003 Pontiac Grand Prix 1PC Halo Projector Headlights PRO-YD-PGP97-1PC-HL-BK | PRO-YD-PGP97-1PC-HL-C
The Grand Prix nameplate has had a long history that started in the 1960s’ to represent Pontiac’s full-sized sporty coupe. The redesigned Grand Prix first debuted in 1997 and integrated a more muscular and aggressive stance in both its sedan and coupe trims.
There’s a pretty wide range of upgrade options for the venerable Grand Prix here at Car Part Paradise, starting with body kits and performance parts. There are also projector headlights from a number of manufacturers that will certainly upscale the visual appeal of this NASCAR favorite, in addition to enabling better handling in low-visibility conditions.
Car Part Paradise has two types of headlight upgrade available for the Pontiac Grand Prix: CCFL halo projector headlights and LED Halo projector headlights. Available from different manufacturers, CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) and LED (Light Emitting Diode) are two types of lighting technologies that are used in modern performance head lights.
Both represent a significant improvement over stock headlamps and both have unique benefits. A CCFL headlight is about four times brighter, consumes less power, and lasts longer than regular headlights. On the other hand, LED headlights are visible improvements over conventional lights and cost less than their CCFL counterparts.
Check out the following video demo on how you can replace your stock headlights with performance lighting from Sonar.
Installation: Halo Projector Headlights on 1997-2003 Pontiac Grand Prix
The video provides step-by-step instructions on how to properly remove your old headlights and the correct way of installing your new projector headlights. Remember to always test whether the new component you have purchased is working properly using your vehicle’s 12V battery before actually removing your old headlights. We at Car Part Paradise assure all customers that we sell only brand new parts and accessories. However, a few units from manufacturers may be defective due to a number of factors such as transport-related damages. By wiring the electronic component directly to your vehicle’s battery, you can check whether it is functioning as expected.
Please select the color of the projector headlights you want to purchase or click ‘other options’ to visit our online catalog and view headlights from other manufacturers:
- Comments (0)
Fatal error: Cannot assign by reference to overloaded object in /home/carpartp/public_html/blog/wp-content/themes/mystique/atom-core.php on line 3488