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post #91 of 427 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 12:39 AM
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Going to find a spare set of lights today - going to start my install.

Will keep posted. When you pulled the fuse did you get a light on the dash? I dont care about DRL's, in fact i prefer them because of the "stock" look. But... i just dont want the projectors getting signal from the car that a light should be on and then it turns on the lights.

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Not sure about any indicators on the dash, as far as I know '96 was the last year for DRL. I've emailed both the manufacturer of the kit I bought as well as the seller about bulbs, will keep you posted with what develops.

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Well, not quite sure what i did wrong... but i sure as hell dont have any sort of cutoff line like the ones in your pics

The junkyard i got my lights from broke to top clip on both lights so my lights are not in properly, but even still - i should have SOME sort of cut off line. I guess i'll have to use the lenses on the car already and redo everything tomorrow. I didnt want to have to drill into two sets but i guess now i do... ughhhhhhhhhh

Also... my lights look really green compared to yours haha. I know it takes something like 50 hours for the proper colour to set itself with HID's but yours looks really white and they were just installed too.

I didnt have to dremel anything for my kit either. I just installed it the way it sat in the housing. Where exactly did you cut to make them sit in tighter because i just used the backing screw thinger to hold it in tight and the lens went on fine (though it does touch at the top).

Thats my story lol - will update more tomorrow.

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At the very back of the projectors where there's that little "lip" where the concave part of the housing meets the straight, threaded part that the bulb sits in is where I had to Dremel. I just ground that little lip down to kind of make it flush with the concave part of the lens. It helped me get the projectors pointed down a little bit and back just enough to get the lens covers on without breaking anything.

If you take the bulb out of the projector and look through it - you should see the shade that gives the cutoff in the beam; I took a picture to this effect showing this which is on page 2. You can also take the projector lens off completely to see the insides. Rather, I could (and did).

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wonder too if its because im not using their relays kits with the shutter mechanism. I just hooked them up temporarily tonight to my already installed kit. I'll look at it all tomorrow and see what the problem is.

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FINALLY got everything working properly today. Found that my cutoff line issue was simply because i had fogged and scratched lenses so i spent almost and hour and a half with a bottle of Meguires Scratch X and now they look brand new

Couple shots with the halos hooked up. Wired them directly to battery on a switch in my car so i can have them on whenever i want.

Lights took no work at all, they fit in like a charm. I didnt dremel or shave anything. I used the supplied mounting brackets on the projectors to hold them in place behind the housing. The only thing i needed to do was drill a hole for the halo/projector motor wires to travel through which i did in the back behind the projector itself.

The ONLY issue I have, is that due to the DRL restriction, they stay on all the time when the car is on. They stay in the "highbeam" position during the day and once night falls they click over to the low beam. Of course I can adjust between the two at night, but i dont like that they stay on during the daylight hours - i just want my halos on haha. I pulled the "RUN" fuse in the panel and this fixed the problem... but i quickly realized that i had no VOLT gauge or a temperature reading on my EATC. Leave it to ford to run three completely separate components through the same fuse lol. So im stuck with what ive got i suppose.

All in all, for 160$ cdn shipped to my house this was a 10/10 "must have" mod. Absolutely love them and they look incredible.

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Is there a slimmer kit that one can use that does not have Halos. And could possibly fit alittle better.

These seem to be a great idea. But I wonder about bulb replacements.
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Your passenger side halo looks like it is rotated about 3 degrees off of vertical. It is just a little off but it would drive me nuts. Is this something that can be fixed or is it assembled in the position and the housing can't be rotated to fix it?

The lights look great, by the way.
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Projectors can rotate in the housing if you grab the back with pliers and turn it. Or you can pull the cover off and turn it freely.

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Did you end up with the same kit the OP got?

Did you take a look at which bulbs your kit came with?

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Good, I was seriously considering this mod and that would have been a deal breaker for me. I bet they wouldn't appreciate me sending one back because it was off rotation like that.
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They should be level in any case otherwise the cutoff line for the beam wouldn't be level. Proper alignment is essential to getting the most out of this.

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Well I got a reply back from this one:

http://cgi.ebay.com/H4-9003-Bi-xenon...5910231d#Nav04

And he sent pictures of the actual bulb used in the version he's selling, and it is definetly a D2H bulb. Since he's the only one to have actually emailed me back, and actually provided me with picture proof, I'll be buying from him. I think I'll do it tonight yet, actually.

If anyone wants them I will post up the pics he sent me of the bulb.

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Anyone done this in a first gen MN12?My head lights are a little more square and may adapt a little easier.

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Well I got a reply back from this one:

http://cgi.ebay.com/H4-9003-Bi-xenon...5910231d#Nav04

And he sent pictures of the actual bulb used in the version he's selling, and it is definetly a D2H bulb. Since he's the only one to have actually emailed me back, and actually provided me with picture proof, I'll be buying from him. I think I'll do it tonight yet, actually.

If anyone wants them I will post up the pics he sent me of the bulb.
Let us know how that one fits, the canadian guy said there was not modifications required. So I think his was smaller then the OP kit.
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http://cgi.ebay.ca/HID-XENON-LEN-pro...ht_3788wt_1006

Thats the kit I got. Yeah, i realized after taking the pics that my lens is a little tilted on the passenger side. Which explains why my cut-off line tonight was a little wonkee lol.

If i have time tomorrow I will take my lenses apart again and show you exactly how it lines up inside and how it mounts in the back.

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Anyone done this in a first gen MN12?My head lights are a little more square and may adapt a little easier.
Those are the... refracting (is that the right word?) type rather than being just a plain clear lens. The lens design probably wouldn't cooperate too well with the projector.

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I wouldnt even bother with projectors unless you have perfectly clear headlights lenses. There is no true cutoff line and the light would just scatter due to the fluted lens.

Here are some step by steps, mine differ a little from the above.

How the projector fits in:


A shot from the back:


Retaining ring:


Locking washer and wingnut to hold it all in:


All tightened up with the bulb locked in by the screw and jagged clamp:


Rubber boot back on.



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There really isnt much work to these at all. The hardest part was wiring the halos because you have to run separate wires either from the battery or another circuit.

Hope this makes it clear for anyone who wanted to know exactly what was involved in doing this mod.

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These are the bulbs the ones I ordered are SUPPOSED to have:





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Thanks , Have received your purchase ! yes, I promise the bulbs I send will be same with the one in the picture I sent without any deviation .

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See, you installed yours the "right" way. I botched mine up at the rear leaving off the big washer because I refused to drill holes in my housings or alter them in an irreversible way - that let me run the cabling to the high beam soleniod/angel eyes out the bottom of the main hole. Perhaps someday I'll order a new set of headlights and put the projectors in those the "right" way and just keep my current set if I ever need to revert. My excuse is ... I was the first, so you can all learn from my mistakes.

Who knows, maybe by then I'll have some solution about those bulbs...

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A little more look at the Bulbs

So basically the bulb that came with the kid, which I'm suspecting is a D2H bulb, can be easily replaceable, which sets my mind more free about purchasing this kit.

Here is a link I found a little explaining the difference in the D2S bulb, D2H bulb, and D2S bulb, which all is essentially an HID bulb, just different versions and revisions.

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Perhaps someday I'll order a new set of headlights and put the projectors in those the "right" way and just keep my current set if I ever need to revert. My excuse is ... I was the first, so you can all learn from my mistakes.
If it wasnt for you, none of us would be buying these kits :P

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Man I wish they did not have the halo rings i bet that will slim them down enough that it will fit the housing without having it touch the bottom and tilting it.



I bet if we wait long enough different versions of this will come out.

The bulbs look unique and it must be one of the more rare custom base one.




It looks nothing like the ones in this chart.
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If it wasnt for you, none of us would be buying these kits :P
Very nice done Canadian_LX, looks really smooth. When you ordered the kit, you just ordered for our bulb size, correct? Also, how did you and/or what tool you used to remove the housing and what glue did you use?


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E-mailed the manufacturer about bulbs (and a replacement projector so I can get angel eyes going) just now. The ebay seller isn't much help...

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Very nice done Canadian_LX, looks really smooth. When you ordered the kit, you just ordered for our bulb size, correct? Also, how did you and/or what tool you used to remove the housing and what glue did you use?
Thanks man, though like i said above... none of this is possible without the OP and Terminator.

I just ordered the 9007 kit and rewired the harnesses that come with it as they sent a 9004. Had to move the blue and white wires around or else you dont get a highbeam. Only issue with this is that the highbeams are on during the day because the relays sense signal from the DRL so it turns on the lights. Still working on figuring a way around this but nothing seems to work so far.

When you mean housing do you mean the lens or the headlamp itself?

For the headlamp you need a 9mm socket and wrench. There are plastic retaining clips on the adjuster screws that the socket fits over. I used the wrench for the inside (up/down) one because its too tight to get a socket in there. Turn these 1/4 turn and the clip is now loose. There is also one above the up/down adjuster that needs to be loosened as well.

To take the lens off, i popped the clips off with a flat-head and pried the plastic apart. Separated no problem actually, didnt even have to use the oven. Just slowly went along with the flat-head loosening it bit by bit until it just came apart.

I havent sealed the lens yet because there are still a few adjustments i need to make. If the projector is not 100% aligned you get a mis-matched cutoff line. So its taking me a few nights of driving to get it all figured out lol. I dont know if im even going to seal it actually, it seems to be pretty snug in there, but if i do i have a tube of motorcraft adhesive sealant something or other.

The ONLY complaint i have with these at this point... is bulb colour. My old 8000k lights had a beautiful purple/blue/white mix - this one seems almost green :S so if after a few months when the colour is fully set and its still green, im going to try and find some new bulbs from a different supplier or something.

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Yep, same. One of my bulbs has a slight green tint to it as well. I also had no problem getting the lenses off the housings, just used a screwdriver and some time and it came off no problem.

The manufacturer replied to my message asking for a bit more detail on my busted angel eyes bulb, and that they "would like to slove the problem and get your order as well."

If I can get bulbs from them, would anyone want me to order some for them?

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What color HID did you guys get? The 8k ones? And you say that you have a greenish color instead of having a blueish color? Uh...


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They look great guys, nice write up on them to. thats a mod i'll wanna do to mine, i think the halo's are cool lookin.

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Definately a future mod for me as well. Thanks for paving the way guys.

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