post #16 of Old 12-27-2011, 09:01 AM
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i have re aligned my lamps so they dont blind people i have tested this with another one of my cars parked infront of me and they are not blinding but thanks for your input...and not providing any assistance
Actually without the right housings the HID's will blind oncoming traffic no matter how low you aim them.

http://www.danielsternlighting.com/t...nversions.html


Do it right and find a HID kit that includes new headlight housing designed for HID bulbs.If they make such a kit it will be a high quality kit that will actually work,may cost $600+ but a vast improvement(and legal) over those $50 kits that never work right.


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post #17 of Old 12-28-2011, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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anyone have any more assistance to how i can fix this HID hi-beam issue?

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couple more suggestions.....

1. is it possible to wire them directly without the harness? if so, try that...note mine flickered without the harness but its worth a shot to see if they work correctly.

2. disconnect (-) battery terminal for about 30 mins, re-connect and see if it reset anything to make it work right.

3. call to get a replacement kit.
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anyone have any more assistance to how i can fix this HID hi-beam issue?
yeah, don't use 'em...
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post #20 of Old 12-29-2011, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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yeah, don't use 'em...
i think i need high beams especially with flash to pass.

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post #21 of Old 12-30-2011, 11:59 AM
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Do it right and find a HID kit that includes new headlight housing designed for HID bulbs.If they make such a kit it will be a high quality kit that will actually work,may cost $600+ but a vast improvement(and legal) over those $50 kits that never work right.
Besides blinding drivers, are there any other reason I should pitch $600+ on a HID housing?

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Besides blinding drivers, are there any other reason I should pitch $600+ on a HID housing?
The light output will be 10 times better then a HID in a halogen housing but without blinding oncoming traffic.



OH and it will be legal then.

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The light output will be 10 times better then a HID in a halogen housing but without blinding oncoming traffic.

OH and it will be legal then.
Which housings would you recommend?

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Which housings would you recommend?
Don't know of any be made for the KK.Might have to modify one from another vehicle to fit.

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Theres retro fits lighting guys do my friend a lighting expert said 950.... OUCH for jeep projectors.

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