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post #41 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-28-2014, 04:52 PM
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Well the HID kit finally showed up.... Sent directly from China. Oh well.
I'd love to get this started tonight but I still haven't found any wiring diagrams.... I know I need ot pull the DRL fuse, but as far as wiring up the bi-xenon....

Ugh... The 9007 harness kit is $35 and I guess would be the proper way to do this retrofit....
Guess I'll be waiting again before doing this....

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post #42 of 47 (permalink) Old 02-19-2014, 07:53 PM
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Since I couldn't find any of the wiring info I went ahead and ordered the TRS 9007 wiring harness...

Bi-xenon: 'MotoControl 9004/9007/HB5 - Relay Harnesses from The Retrofit Source Inc




I've been slacking and had my priorities else ware. But I'm back, so when these get here I'll be doing the retro on video....
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The wiring is very simple, I can pm you a diagram


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Too late, I already made the order.
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Ready for it to get here because every time I driver her car at night I realize why I was doing a retrofit on her car in the first place. Cobalt stock lights really blow, I don't like how
the High beam is a thin line of light just higher up.....

Hey, PM me that diagram anyway if you don't mind.

I should only have to pull the drl fuse correct....
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Im underway, hope to finish tonight

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post #47 of 47 (permalink) Old 02-25-2014, 01:03 AM
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Went out back to test it out. :shocked:
Low beam, Razor Sharp Cutoff at 150ft! Incredible Color/shift at the cutoff and just overall looks awesome and shit is bright. And this is just one side.
The bright when the shield drops is just killer



Put the lens back on and all done.
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