Pontiac Grand AM
Pontiac Grand AM HID Lights, Xenon Conversion Kits, Replacement Bulbs
The video above clarifies how safe these lights can make your Pontiac Grand AM. The light mimics the light of the sun, making night driving as close to day driving as possible. The lamps increase the contrast of objects and allows for colored vision. This dramatically decreases the chance of collisions with oncoming traffic or unforeseen obstacles in the road.
We offer our entire HID lamp conversion kit for just $64.95. This includes an array of colors, a complete installation instruction manual, and a full money back guarantee within one year. We truly care about your safety and health and urge you to try our product today with no risk. Call us here at HID Lighthouse anytime with questions!
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 Grand AM 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 Grand AM:
3,000K Fog Lights (Yellow)
6,000K (White w/ Blue)
10,000K (Blue w/ Purple)
Pontiac Grand AM 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 Grand AM:
The Grand Am was sold from 1973 to 1975, 1978 to 1980, and 1985-2005. It replaced the LeMans. The original design came on the heels of various new federal safety regulations. As such, the Grand Am included such features as impact resistant bumpers for up to 5 mph. The standard power train was a 6.5 L V8, which delivered 170 horsepower. The Grand Am offered a number of features, such as Radial Tuned Suspension, that eventually became standard company-wide. As a result, the Grand Am was overtaken by other models and canceled in 1975. The second generation was also a three-year run. Upgrades were made in suspension and engine options. The name was revived again in 1985, this time to replace the Phoenix as Pontiac’s compact executive car. Unlike Grand Ams of the past, this generation had no V8 option, a reflection on the state of gas prices as the time. The fourth generation design followed the nation-wide trend of sleeker, rounder bodies. The fifth and last generation was available with a 2.4 L I4 engine and 4-speed automatic transmission standard. The line was discontinued in 2005 and any chance for revival died with the dissolution of the Pontiac brand in 2010.
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.