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Old 12-17-2008, 03:30 PM
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I get flashed at once in a while and i have stock bulbs.....lol but i also drive with my fogs on so maybe thats why....... so i flash them with my high beams so that they will know that those are my low beams idiot!! haha
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Old 12-17-2008, 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted by jahudso2 View Post
I didnt read through the whole thread, but adjusting my headlights is done by a phillips head screwdriver. The adjusters are located directly behind the headlights and you just stick the screwdriver down perpindicular to the ground to adjust them. Here is a picture of my 5000K retro-solutions bi-xenon hids.

HMMM, interesting? Maybe mine is a phillips head below the 6mm allen too? Did not notice that tough.
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Old 02-27-2009, 09:14 PM
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im brining this back from the dead, apologizes in advance

For all the kits that people have, are the ballasts powered directly from the OEM headlight plug, or is there a seperate power connection?

My friend said he can get me a set of HIDs for cheap. He says its the newer style where the ballast is powered directly from the OEM headlight plug. No additional wiring required. He is running the same set on his Honda Fit.

Now im thinking, if the ballasts are powered only by the stock wiring, the SJB wont like it and it will flicker.

Am i correct? Are all your HID"s powered by stock wiring ?

TIA
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Old 02-28-2009, 01:45 AM
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Originally Posted by doode View Post
im brining this back from the dead, apologizes in advance

For all the kits that people have, are the ballasts powered directly from the OEM headlight plug, or is there a seperate power connection?

My friend said he can get me a set of HIDs for cheap. He says its the newer style where the ballast is powered directly from the OEM headlight plug. No additional wiring required. He is running the same set on his Honda Fit.

Now im thinking, if the ballasts are powered only by the stock wiring, the SJB wont like it and it will flicker.

Am i correct? Are all your HID"s powered by stock wiring ?

TIA
You can wire them directly. But I would not do it for long. The ballasts no matter how efficient will spike in amperage. I would use a wire harness no matter what the manufacturer specifies.
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