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I love bright, clear headlights. Unfortunately, the headlights on my prelude are starting to look bad. So I asked some of my friends around here what they think I should do. I want to take them out and clean the inside so that the covers look really clear, and then I think I'm going to put new bulbs in. I've heard that silver-somethings (star? stone?) by sylvania look really good but some people say they burn out really quickly.

What have you guys done for your headlights?

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no silver stars...i know alot of ppl had them and they blow ...fast...

theres actualy a cleaning kit for headlight...it comes with a few bottles of some solution and then u put that on and let it dry then (yes it sounds dumb but it works) u use the sandpaper included and sand it all down...then i thnk u put more of a differnt solution on it and that u buff off...takes any smaller scuffs and scratches out...my gramma used it for her grand marquis

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Yeah I have heard the Sylvania bulbs blow quickly.

Also about the headlights I think Auto Zone or one of those other auto parts stores have this compound like stuff specially made for plastic headlights in the car care isle. I would say with that and a hi speed buffer. You can polish those things up real good. Mine aren't that bad but could use a little bit of polishing.
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the silver stars are pretty good i had a set that lasted me for about 8 months before i swapped them out for some semitruck 65w/100w bulbs (they were still working when i pulled them out) just make sure you dont touch the glass part of the bulb when installing any of them because the oils from your fingers will cause hot spots and cause the bulbs to blow prematurely...

as for making your lights clear you can use stuff called platicX or something like up there a product review on here somewhere about it or you can get some fine cut buffing compound and a buffer and buff them back to a new finish in a couple of miniutes...

don't take the lenses off and clean those unless you can see condinsation built up inside of them
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I had good experience with silverstars, but yea a lot of people say they blow fast on them..
My previous car had really bad headlights, and a new set for a 2000 mercury cougar turned out to be like 288 per light... so I wet sanded them and took polishing compound to em, worked great!
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yea about the lenses off...u u dont have condesation...u will then...
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Okay, guess I won't be disassembling it, definitely wouldn't want condensation. I'll try those cleaning compounds.
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theres something about silver stars you have to know, when i first replaced my bulbs people told me not to get silver stars too

Listen to this please 91si4ws is correct;
theyre good, theyre true white bulbs unlike the dull yellow OEM ones
i noticed a larger seeing field
and much cheaper then the retro fit

however when people intall them wrongly such as;
touching the bulbs and exspecting them to be fine, they get hot spots and BLOW, if you do touch them, clean with rubbing alcohol!
if you have condensation in your assembly then DONT use them because ive noitced a pattern of people who have condensation and SS's all complain that they blow,

People who are n00bs and dont do their research give bad names to products that are completely fine!

sorry if i offended anyone, i just want to get this straight once and for all!
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I agree, I made sure to wear gloves when I replaced mine with silverstars.. and never had a problem with them.. and my buddy put them in his teggy that he wrecked slightly and had a leak in the headlight... and guess what... they blew.. haha
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im telling you,
oils and waters man them blow up

im expeirenced with these, the work as good as they day i put them in
i highly doubt that slvaniya or whatever said oh our bulbs are blowing up, lets put the on the market!

they test vigorously, im pretty sure the package says dont touch or get wet too.....

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Yeah tis true, with any halogen bulb, Even though you don't think about oil being on your hand there is, even if you washed your hands first always use, plastic gloves laytex unless your allergic they make non laytex gloves. I've even used a clean paper towel before. I havn't had my 5th Gen for that long and I think Sylvania's are in my headlights. I think I've had the car for like 4 months now and no problems and I love the light it gives off driving at night, way better than the wife's minivan.
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hid ftw all the way but Im thinking about putting ss's in my high beams. I just have to get some 9005s bulbs
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yea about the lenses off...u u dont have condesation...u will then...
not 100% true. I've taken apart a lot of lights, and very few will have condesation build up because I always add more headlight/taillight sealant to prevent that from happening. You can take your lights apart and seal them back up with no problems
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i think its cuz my head light had a crack in it before...and when it was apart it let more moisure in...then with the crack being more of a pinhole...air can get in and out ...before it wasnt an (i donno what to call it) an open wound?

but i just bought new headlights...soo they shouldnt get condesation in them
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They shouldn't but you have to watch cheap aftermarket headlights. I had the dealership replace my wife's van headlights before we bought it 2 years ago (2000 Oldsmobile Shillouete) headlights were cloudy well they put in some cheap set of headlights and the whole bottom edge at the bottom of the headlight lens cover sticks out about 1/8 an inch and all sorts of moisture gets in there, so one of these days I'm going to blow it dry with the compressor and seal it up before it gets too far gone.
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ive looked them over...they appear to be sealed liek a drum...
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ah the ever so retarded silverstar argument. I'm glad there are some people that finally share my thoughts.
I've had the silverstars for over two years now and they're great. not one problem.
Care during installation makes a huge difference in the longevity of any part.
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ah the ever so retarded silverstar argument. I'm glad there are some people that finally share my thoughts.
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ok this is what you do u take some 2000 grit sandpaper you sandn the head light remember wetsand it, and do it really good, than you wipe them down take some 3m rubbing compnd and use a bufer and buff the headlight using the compund it will come out like new ive dne it millions of times
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just remember that wetsanding takes time but you should get good results.
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How to see better at night in a prelude.

Options:

1. replace with higher wattage bulbs. ($20 - $100)
Pros: 15% better visibility, cheap to do
Cons: high heat, may blow faster than stock bulbs, Silverstars are a poor product...most people who have them have had at least one blow on them.

2. Cheapie HID kit ($100 - $300)
Pros: a noticable amount of extra light
Cons: But that light is all over the place and every other car high beam flashes you for your blinding lights

3. HID projector Retrofit ($250 - $750)
Pros: 3-5 times as much light as stock on the road, Makes the car look like a much more valuable vehicle, Unique factor, greatly improved visibility helps prevent hitting objects (animals, debris, other cars) at night.


Here's how the best lighting option can look at night, TSX projectors with 4300K HID bulbs:




Stock headlights on right, retrofit HID projectors on left.
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