"Looked at a tutorial video on Youtube. The old came out and the new went in easy. I decided to put in new amber turn indicator bulbs at same time. Adjusting beam done with car on level street and a helper walked out to show where light was now shining clearly. No adjustment side to side though. My local repair shop wanted $395 to do this repair. Auto Parts cost was $100.42 for left and right sides."posted by: Dagwell on October 16, 2014view all 4 reviews
"I bought both driver and passenger lights. Driver side works well. Passenger side left to right adjuster was broken. Lighted up road just in front of car. Car was rearended and totaled before I could ask for a replacement. Overall this unit performed poorly."posted by: Badman on February 9, 2014view all 4 reviews
"Got a set of these for a 98 Dodge Stratus that had the factory lenses that were fogged over. They were easy to install as there are only two screws that hold them in. Just remove the two screws twist the bulbs out and install the new ones. The problem was the adjusters were made of low quality screws and plastic and were defective right out of the box. I had to return the drivers side for a replacement. Overall the lights look good and illuminate the road well but I dont expect them to last more than a couple of years. They come with the headlight bulb so they are well worth the $40+."posted by: Cantsee on March 21, 2013view all 3 reviews
"This lense fit my 2000 stratus purfectly and could not have been easier to install. Made a great differance in our vision"
posted by: Geo 413 on February 28, 2013view all 3 reviews