Why Choose HID Headlights?
This is the most common question asked by customers and the easiest one to answer. In short with HIDs you can actually see at night! We find this to be the number one reason customers are looking to upgrade to HID Headlights. HID headlights are up to 400% brighter than the standard halogen headlights found in most vehicles. Our research as well as independently supported studies show people have trouble seeing anything at night when using the standard factory equipped headlight system. Not sure how safe that is. What we do find is once a customer installs their new HID conversion it transforms their night driving experience. Once installed it is hard to imagine how you could have ever driven without HID Headlights. Your new kit virtually turn nighttime into daytime and makes street markings and signs come to life. No more straining to read the street signs as well as other traffic safety devices.
Not only do HID's offer the great added benefit of more visibility at night but they also consume much less overall energy while operating than a standard halogen bulb. This lowers the amount of total energy needed to actually use your headlights which saves on gas as well as helps to be more Green!
Latest Articles - Most Common Tech Tips
Reverse the polarity...
Here you will find step by step instructions on how to reverse the polarity from your vehicles factory harness to your hid kit. Most vehicles come with the positive and negative wires inline with our connects however there are some vehicles where this positive and negative wire is reversed thus needing to be reversed going into the hid kit. This is the number 1 most common issue with hid kit installation. The symptom will be that neither headlight turns on at all when the headlight switch is activated. There will be NO flickering, turn on shut off, or ANY other symptom other than completely NOT turning on if the issue is reversed polarity.
9004/9007 Pin Configuration...
A very common question we receive is "What is the difference between a
9004 and a 9007 bulb?" The answer is a 9004 and 9007 use the same base
style which is why they are often listed and sold as 9004/9007. Your
bulb size is what determines the bulb will fit and lock [...]
Measuring Voltage on Your vehicle...
Here you will find instructions on measuring the voltage on your vehicles factory harness to ensure proper input voltage on your HID Kit. If issues during installation occur this should be one of the first troubleshooting steps in order to ensure that fuses have not blown, voltage is not too high or too low, or voltage is not unstable as your HID Kit requires a stable input voltage of approximately 12v DC - 13.5v DC.