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Old 11-22-2008, 10:26 AM   #1
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I bought my civic with a HID kit that was already installed and i recently had a bulb go out. I went to 2 autopart stores and both said that they don't have it in stock. I looked them up online and the 9004 and 9007 look similar and i was wondering which one is going to fit right ? These are the bulbs I was going to get http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Car-...1%7C240%3A1318
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there not the same. read this thread for info and if you want to convert

http://forums.maxima.org/4th-generat...e-up-pics.html
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Biggest difference is the filament location. 9004 uses transverse filaments, which is crappy for headlight use IMHO, similar to H3 foglight bulbs with a transverse filament. 9007 bulbs have axial filaments, like H4, 9006, and 9005 bulbs do.
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9007 - 9004 = 3

There's a difference of 3
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9004 and 9007 bulbs are not HID. What year is your Civic? 1988 and newer do not use either 9004 or 9007.
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Biggest difference is the filament location. 9004 uses transverse filaments, which is crappy for headlight use IMHO, similar to H3 foglight bulbs with a transverse filament. 9007 bulbs have axial filaments, like H4, 9006, and 9005 bulbs do.
So the 9007 will fit right ? This is the headlight that was in there.
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