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Old 10-12-2006, 08:09 PM   #1
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headlight electronical question

This is for my infiniti, but i'm assuming they both require the same bulb.
Does anyone know the polarity of your 9004 socket. Which pin is (+) and (-)

I'd really appreciate it if someone has the answer
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This is for my infiniti, but i'm assuming they both require the same bulb.
Does anyone know the polarity of your 9004 socket. Which pin is (+) and (-)

I'd really appreciate it if someone has the answer
Just look on the bulb socket, red is +, black/grey/brown is -.
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i'm not too sure if this helps, but you can use a tester and see which one lights up, that would be the (+) not too sure about the (-).
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