hey guy just got some H.I.D's and had a look n it looks like to get access to the headlight bulbs i need to take headlights out to fit the hid's is this correct?? if so how do i do it
Unless you have REALLY small hands or you are a contortionist then yes the easiest way is to lower the bumper and then remove the headlight cluster.hey guy just got some H.I.D's and had a look n it looks like to get access to the headlight bulbs i need to take headlights out to fit the hid's is this correct?? if so how do i do it
Please make sure you have the correct HID bulbs for reflector lenses and not just standard HIDS.just standard ones
As aboveEasiest way is to drop the front bumper off (Y)
No, it takes roughly 30 minutes if you are careful, I would recommend getting another pair of hands though as the bumper can be a little tricky because of its sizethat take long to do?
A) Not if they are aligned correctly and are the right bulbs as stated aboveIf you fit them you will a)blind other drives b) wont pass mot c)illigal
If all you are looking for is a brighter light, then listed to Alan above,easiest way is to fit bulbs like osrams or phillips.
might sound as though peeps having a go but its annoying as hell when peeps do mods but dont do them properly imho
You need canbus compatible H7R bulbs with a set of split bulb holders.they are good for reflector lenses
In no way shape or form is this a FACT. An insurance company can only void a claim or a portion of a claim if an uninsured modification directly contributed to the claim. If the modification is not relevant to a claim but forms part of the claim, i.e. a front end shunt smashes the HID bulbs, the insurance company will simply pay out for a standard part and will not replace the modified part 'like for like'HID units fitted onto standard lights null and void your insurance. No insurance company will insure something that is illegally fitted to a car **FACT**.
So anyone driving with HIDs in standard headlights is technically driving without insurance.