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Old 11-21-2011, 11:35 AM   #1
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mazda 5 headlights

hi everyone. i was wondering if there were any differences in the projectors off of a 2010 mazda 5 and 2011 mazda 5? i took apart the two headlights in order to do a retrofit for my EG Denjis. only difference i noticed so far was that the 2011 had a lil motor that turns the projector from side to side. anything else i should know about them before i take apart the denjis? any help would be great.thanks.
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