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Old 04-05-2006, 01:50 AM   #1
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Default [Q:] How To Install Xenon Fusion Bulb

Sorry new to fourm and Im a Newbie =)

I need help or information on putting my Eurolite Xenon Fusion Bulb in my mazda 3 (headlights)

are these specs good for a mazda 3 sport?
H4 12V 60/55w

will that work? for my headlights
and how do i put them in? do i need someone to install it for me? tqtq
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Old 04-05-2006, 03:49 AM   #2
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Look at owner's manual, it will teach you. The bulb is fine as long as it is 55w.
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Old 04-05-2006, 07:33 AM   #3
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Mazda3 "Sport" headlights use the H7 lamp for low beam (55W), a 9005 lamp for high beam (65W), and H11 for fogs (55W).

GT trim level has HID lamps for low beam.
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Old 04-05-2006, 01:32 PM   #4
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[quote author=GeekGod link=topic=43702.msg649028#msg649028 date=1144236838]
Mazda3 "Sport" headlights use the H7 lamp for low beam (55W), a 9005 lamp for high beam (65W), and H11 for fogs (55W).

GT trim level has HID lamps for low beam.
[/quote]

Umm so is H4 gonna work? which one should i install this in low or high?

What is the difference between all the H4 H11 and H7's?
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Old 04-05-2006, 01:39 PM   #5
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Default Re: [Q:] How To Install Xenon Fusion Bulb

H4s will not fit on the Mazda3.

There are also quite a few members here from Alberta who can probably help you out. Give them a chime here:

http://www.mazda3forums.com/index.php?board=80.0
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Old 04-06-2006, 06:02 AM   #6
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[quote author=madpoo link=topic=43702.msg649461#msg649461 date=1144258372]
[quote author=GeekGod link=topic=43702.msg649028#msg649028 date=1144236838]
Mazda3 "Sport" headlights use the H7 lamp for low beam (55W), a 9005 lamp for high beam (65W), and H11 for fogs (55W).

GT trim level has HID lamps for low beam.
[/quote]

Umm so is H4 gonna work? which one should i install this in low or high?

What is the difference between all the H4 H11 and H7's?
[/quote]

OH my bad, i meant it will work with H7 only but make sure it is 55w. the difference is in the size of the bulb. H4 is bigger, the socket is bigger too. H11 is for the foglights and the socket is much different than h4,h7.* I changed my bulbs to PIAA 8000k yesterday H7, it is really really nice.* Eurolite isn't that good, their color isn't high enough. Is yours around 4k-5k? Usually a nice white or blue needs to be above 5000k.
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Old 07-18-2006, 02:38 PM   #7
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Default Re: [Q:] How To Install Xenon Fusion Bulb

changing light bulbs in the 3 is not the easiest thing to do imo...much tougher than a vw.
i swapped my high beams with much brighter sylvania silverstars.
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