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Xenon to Halogen Swap ?????

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I am trying to help my son get his 2000 ES300 back on the road. He was hit and runned last week and the front end, above the bumper was smashed. I was able to get the core support straightened out (within reason) and found a decent used hood. His had the deluxe xenon, self leveling headlights which were smashed beyond any chance of salvage. Replacement units are very expensive. He found a pair of the standard halogen lights at a local pick & pull wrecking yard. Does anyone know if I can simply swap them out and install the standard lights with the existing wire harness? If the plugs are different can I splice in the different plugs?   Thanks, Joe

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