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yellow capsules in foggies

Does anyone know where I can get a pair of yellow capsules for my jdm replicas fog lights? I've been looking around sites and i just cant find any.
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Re: yellow capsules in foggies

Here you go. I've used the same in my fogs.

90-93 Integra JDM Yellow Fog Light Cover / Capsule : eBay Motors (item 250695232628 end time Sep-21-10 01:53:10 PDT)
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Re: yellow capsules in foggies

I was looking at the last night and wondering if it would fit our foggies. Then I found out it was H3, so I'm guessing H3 fog lights are sorta a universal fit.

Did you do the capsules yourself?
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Re: yellow capsules in foggies

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I was looking at the last night and wondering if it would fit our foggies. Then I found out it was H3, so I'm guessing H3 fog lights are sorta a universal fit.

Did you do the capsules yourself?
Yes, they will fit.
I put those exact ones in my fogs.
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Re: yellow capsules in foggies

so basically I unscrew the two side screws on the fogs, then put it in the oven, then take it out and it should be warm enough to pry open the clear cover, then I take then I unscrew the reflector out and put in the capsule, then vice versa? Where is the screw located for the reflector? Will the capsule move around in there?

Also, when I put back on the clear cover, do i need to put on sealant on the sides so it would stick?
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so basically I unscrew the two side screws on the fogs, then put it in the oven, then take it out and it should be warm enough to pry open the clear cover, then I take then I unscrew the reflector out and put in the capsule, then vice versa? Where is the screw located for the reflector? Will the capsule move around in there?

Also, when I put back on the clear cover, do i need to put on sealant on the sides so it would stick?
You'll be able to see the screw holding the reflector once you take a look at them.

Put em in the oven, pry apart, unscrew reflector, put capsule inside of reflector, screw reflector back in, heat up and squeeze housing and lens together or put some new sealant in before you do that if you think there isn't enough to properly seal.
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Re: yellow capsules in foggies

so after I put the capsule back in, and screw it all back up together, I have to put it back into the oven again to make it warm again then take it back out and seal it back? Does it have to be warm or hot in order to seal it back?
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so after I put the capsule back in, and screw it all back up together, I have to put it back into the oven again to make it warm again then take it back out and seal it back? Does it have to be warm or hot in order to seal it back?
Yes, you have to re-heat the sealant so it becomes soft when you're putting it back together.
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So, again, I put it in the oven to re-heat it, then put on some new sealant and close it back up?
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So, again, I put it in the oven to re-heat it
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Yes, you have to re-heat the sealant so it becomes soft when you're putting it back together.
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then put on some new sealant and close it back up?
If you want, you probably won't need to though unless you end up taking a bunch off of it.
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