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Unread 12-22-2009, 06:19 AM   #31
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sealing them

I put the rtv sealer around the edge of the glass where it meets the housing.
the Halo part is a seperate leds not intergraged in the h4 bulb

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Unread 12-22-2009, 07:04 AM   #32
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These halo's say 80/85 watt on the h4 bulb housing
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Unread 12-22-2009, 07:40 AM   #33
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Halo healight picture

Ok guys here is the picture of the back of the halo headlights
the reg harness headlight plugs into the H4 bulb
4 extra halo wires are 2 small red and 2 small white
Hook the 2 whites together and ground to screw shown
Hook the 2 red wires together and add some length of red wire and extend down to parking light harness and tap into the red and blue wire on the parking light harness (for a 91 yj colored wires) not sure if it is the same for all yjs wire color. Just find the hot wire for the parking lights make sure it is not the hot wire for the turnsignals, other wise your halo will blink with the turnsignals.
And thats should do it.
I dont think the h4 bulbs are replacable on this unit, they seam to be sealed in, but for 16 dollars for the 2 headlight what do you expect.
The H4 bulbs are 80/85 watt. Dont forget to seal the rim with RTV before installation the day before. Rim meaning where the glass meets the plastic housing. Just to make sure they stay dry. Also had to bend the tabs at the back of the headlight housing just a bit to get them to seat properly. Not much, but a tiny bit. You can see the big tabs upper and lower on the picture
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Unread 12-22-2009, 07:40 PM   #34
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no their not perminant. you just gotta get that ig black sealer off the back. i kinda twisted and pulled and from there u can get the bulb out. Did u upgrade your harness??? Also can i get a pic of where the splice for the hot wire is?
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wait, you revived a 4 year old thread in the YJ section just so you could post a link to a place that doesn't even offer parts that fit a YJ??.....you spammer
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wait, you revived a 4 year old thread in the YJ section just so you could post a link to a place that doesn't even offer parts that fit a YJ??.....you spammer
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Unread 01-07-2014, 08:52 PM   #37
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So how do you get the lens of the housing on h4. Isn't is sealed with a heat resistant silicone?
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