Pontiac Bonneville HID Lights, Xenon Conversion Kits, Replacement Bulbs
The informational video explains that the xenon lamp technology uses a color spectrum almost identical to that of the sun, making night time driving as close to day time driving as possible. Increased contrast and color vision are just some of the benefits of these lamps. One great upside is that the lights do not interfere with oncoming traffic, lessening the chance of accidents on their part as well.
We offer our entire conversion kit for just $64.95, which blows most of the competition out of the water. If you find anything cheaper, be very wary. Chances are the product is a cheap imitation, and lamps will burn out far too frequently, requiring extra financial attention. If you order from us, the lamps should last the same time as the life of your Pontiac Bonneville, so no hassle for you! Please call us anytime for further information on converting from halogen to HID lamps.
Included in the HID Lighthouse Xenon Conversion Kit:
- 2- Plug & Play HID Ballast
- 2-Vibrant Xenon HID Bulbs
- 2- Factory Plug Adapters
- Mounting Hardware
- Installation Instruction
- Warranty Registration
Pontiac Bonneville HID Lighthouse Installation Guide
- If you’re the do-it-yourself type you can install your HID light yourself. You can follow along with our step by step installation manual and install your HID kit yourself. Click the link below to download the HIDlighthouse.com installation manual.
HID Light Colors Available For The Pontiac Bonneville:
3,000K Fog Lights (Yellow)
6,000K (White w/ Blue)
10,000K (Blue w/ Purple)
Pontiac Bonneville HID Halogen Headlights, Bi Xenon Lights, Fog Lamps and Kits In Stock:
h7, h11, H1, H2, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H12, H13, 880, 881, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, D1C, D2C, D2R, P15D-1
A short history about the Pontiac Bonneville:
The Pontiac Bonneville series was produced continuously from 1959 to 2005. It began life as full-size top-line model and one of the widest cars on the market. This width and a low center of gravity gave the Bonneville terrific cornering ability. The original powertrain was a 6.4 L V8 with 303 horsepower. As a top-line class, the Bonneville included such then-luxuries as air conditioning and power windows and seats. The Bonneville was kicked down the ladder by the emergence of a new top-line car, the Grand Ville, in the fourth generation beginning in 1971.
Before that generation’s conclusion, the Grand Ville was canceled, and the Bonneville was once again the top-line model. The fifth generation would see the Bonneville bow to reality and downsize in order to compete during times of recession and high gas prices. All together, the Bonneville lost 12 inches and 800 pounds while maintaining a decent standard of interior space. Downsizing continued in the sixth generation, to the point that the Bonneville was reclassified as mid-size. By the mid-eighties however, gas prices had come down, and there was an appetite for bigger cars. The seventh generation expanded back into full-size to answer this call, and the Bonneville remained a full-size until the end of its life. The Bonneville was discontinued at the end of its ninth generation in 2005.
HID (High-Intensity Discharge) Lights, Bulbs, Lamps -
High-Intensity Discharge lamps are a type of arc lamp. Light is made in an arc lamp when electricity jumps across two points or electrodes. Usually the arc light bulb has a vacuum inside and when electricity is pushed from one side the electricity jumps across to the other side and creates light. High-Intensity Discharge works in the same fashion except it has a big power booster.