|11-02-2013 04:07 PM|
|havoc287||I wish I read this thread before buying BOW cancellers. Oh well they were cheap.|
|11-02-2013 12:14 AM|
about to pull the plug on an HID kit.
was just wondering if this http://www.ebay.com/itm/HID-Xenon-Co...5f0dc8&vxp=mtr would work?
It has the resistors built into the wiring harness.
or would I need two separate units?
|09-29-2013 06:08 PM|
it is really frustating... i tried 3 times, ans is always the same:
led DRL works 100% on the drivers side
xenon only works first 3 times, ...
dont know what to do, i have 2 headlights and a +100$ xenon kit and i can´t use it..
|09-29-2013 05:55 PM|
I mean my Focus has been great actually, but the girl I fell for was wearing these cool shades;).
|09-29-2013 01:40 PM|
I give up, i tried today rewire and reinstall all and i have 2 problems:
- passenger side works perfect
- driver side, DRL works always at 100%, and xenon light only works 3 first times, but when i start the engine the light does not work.
I have the nightvision kit, with relay, cancellers and resistors...
Any help would be apreciate :(
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|09-29-2013 12:08 AM|
|09-28-2013 09:49 PM|
Hello everyone, I´ve got my kit fro retro, bulbs, relay, resistors and ballast, but i tried to follow all your pics and instructions but i´ve got some issues:
- DRL driver side is always 100% running, and de xenon bulb dont works...
- The resistor are getting really hot, and smells LOL
i will try again to reinstall all, but...
and one important and weird question:
can someone tell me for what and why the kit includes that small black box???? :/
|09-28-2013 02:45 AM|
With that said, the best kits on the market and your gonna pay for them.
Theretrofitsource.com the mazda guys and the reviews on line will swear by them. I would love to upgrade to the TRS kit when I decide to go with 6000k most liky once my kit needs replaced eventually.
|09-28-2013 02:34 AM|
I don't have a mk3 but I put some HIDs on my mazda 6. Its my first ever HID kit and was worth the money, and easy to install.
I got 35w 8000k to be honest I would recommend not going higher than 6000k although the 8k is very nice the light output is much brighter with 6k. The 8k is much better than my factory H1s but on really dark country roads I have to drive with high beams. On the interstate the 8k are great and light up all the signs and lines perfect. In town you can really see them on the road but they still light up anything that reflects.
Luckily my factory set up has both the high and low beams on at the same time so its nice and bright. Plus I don't have to wait for the low beams to warm up when I switch back.
The kit I went with is from hidextra.com and was a complete plug and play. All that was required was to drill and hole in the back cover and to find a place to mount the ballast. Which on the mazda 6 there is a place on the bottom of the housing perfect for that kind like mazda thought that out when designing the headlights.
The hidextra kit comes with a 1 year warranty and has great customer service.
I get get some inside shots on different roads, and stuff if you would like to see more.
|09-27-2013 11:48 PM|
|snake420||Quick question how hot are the transistors suppose to get? They seem way to hot. I'm worry this could be a safety issue like a fire. Also I can smell it. The two resistors are 50w 6ohm.|
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