I have nightvision 35watt 6000k hid's in mine and i had to do a relay and they work fine i dont know about the canbus ballast thing though.
And HID's in reflector housings are illegal.
Just another thing to give the cops a reason to pull you over, not to mention what could happen if you got into an accident and someone like me was smart enough to notice illegal lights.
"Your honour, I was temporarily blinded/distracted by the lights in that car that I hit. I just couldn't see perfectly and I hit him" True or not, doesn't matter, I win and you pay for my new car. [woot]
Thank you for the information and i dont believe your just pulling out of your ass but i just didnt know what you guys meant by it looking ricy and too bright but i get it now thank you.It is not that they are bright. It is the fact they HID are already directed light where the halogen bulb isn't. Halogen housing are designed to direct the scattered light. So basically you are scattering the HID directed light in all directions. It isn't the fact it looks ricey or dumb. I do like HID's that are correctly done. For example don't use a halogen housing or extreme color temperature. I am just trying to educate but you probably think I am talking out of my ass and have no idea what i am talking about
Well i dont think he would and i couldnt ask him hes at college but i think if you look around you will probably find something google is always a big help for everything.Hey does your brother know anything about the error code eliminator? I have a ddm tuning hid kit and need a resolution to trick the computer to accept my 35watt 6000k. I understand i could use a relay but I would prefer to have the power source come from my original headlight housing. I purchased the "error code eliminator" yesterday hoping this is going to fix this problem