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Old 10-29-2009, 10:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How-To: Install BFxenon HID Headlights

How-To: Install BFxenon Bi-Xenon HID lights

When installing BFxenon HID lights, for your safety, please remember to remove the battery terminal / positive lead to the battery before connecting any high voltage parts.

Here is a link to the H-13 Bi-Xenon HID Kit:
BFXenon.com H13 series H.I.D. Bi-Xenon light kit - 8000K


Step 1: Remove factory lights from the factory housing



Step 2: Install HID bulb or Locking clip (on some applications) by lining up the channel locks, pushing it into the housing, and twisting.


Step 3: Run the wiring to both sides


Step 4: Connect the female, two wire, terminals on the harness to the ballast


Step 5: Connect the small trigger (two wire) wire from the harness to the bulb and the positive and negative lead off the ballast to the bulb


Step 6: Connect the OEM female headlight connector to the OEM style connector on the wiring harness


Step 7: Attach the ground wire and positive battery lead, re-attach the positive battery connection and turn everything on. This is just to ensure everything lights up properly before you secure the ballasts and wires.




Step 8: Secure the HID ballast within the range of the wiring harness. Some recommended location are; firewall, cold air intake housing (if metal), radiator mounting brace, front bumper brace, etc. (Some of these may not be the best option for every vehicle)


Step 9: Secure all the loose wiring away from any moving parts and out of the way of extreme heat.


Step 10: Enjoy your BFxenon HID headlights!



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and the fog lights are even easier. love my lights.
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nice! Thanks Neel!
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Can You Pm a price for my 06 on The BiXenon(High and low beams) and the fogs.

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Can You Pm a price for my 06 on The BiXenon(High and low beams) and the fogs.

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are these kits 35 watt or 55 watt?
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All our kits are 35w
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can you pm me a price for the 9004 hid 4300k
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Can I have a price on the H-13 kit please, and what colour would you suggest? It looks to me that the 8000K would probably be the best

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Can I have a price on the H-13 kit please, and what colour would you suggest? It looks to me that the 8000K would probably be the best

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Quick qestion on these kits. It appears the ballast 'main power in' is wired directly to the battery terminals, correct? The stock headlight wiring harness is only the trigger signal, to turn the ballast on? If so, is there a fuse somewhere between the battery connection and the ballast? Seems you guys have put together a 'good' kit since the factory wiring harness for the headlights is not powering the ballasts, like some of the cheaper HID kits out there. That is how people melt the factory harnesses.
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Espee, your quick question turned out to be rather long! hahaha...

jk

The ballast gets its main power directly from the battery and utilizes the factory wiring as a simple switch. There is a fuse between the power lead attached to the battery and the rest of the harness as well as two relays controlling power flow.

This harness took quite a while to figure out and still needs technology to make it look a little prettier on some of the 05-06 models... But overall it functions very well!

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Quick qestion on these kits. It appears the ballast 'main power in' is wired directly to the battery terminals, correct? The stock headlight wiring harness is only the trigger signal, to turn the ballast on? If so, is there a fuse somewhere between the battery connection and the ballast? Seems you guys have put together a 'good' kit since the factory wiring harness for the headlights is not powering the ballasts, like some of the cheaper HID kits out there. That is how people melt the factory harnesses.
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