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Old 12-04-2014, 12:15 PM   #1
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halo projector problems. Need help.

It's been a while since my last post, but I bought the halo projectors a couple years ago, and have been having issues the past couple months with them. One of the headlights stop working but the LEDS and halo rings worked. I initially thought it was a bad bulb but the bulb was fine, however, the connector was not secure. I fixed that. Both headlights worked for a while longer. Now both are lights are out but the other lighting still works. It's a pain to change bulbs out since you have to take the suckers out lol. I have found a issue that the connector is melted... I'm wondering if anyone else had the same problem with projectors? What are my options? Can I order a new connector and replace it?

I have been thinking about going back to stock headlights, but the only problem is I may or may not have the extra factory stuff that was not used for the projectors. Also, on one stock headlight somehow the plastic parts that bolt the head light to the car are all broken so at night you can see the headlight slightly move up and down.

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