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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-23-2015, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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Warning Canceler, Do I Need It?

Whats up guys so Im looking to buy halo projector headlights for the balt and I was wondering before I order, do I need Warning Canceller? Thanks for any input.

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HID Xenon + 05-10 Chevy Cobalt 07-10 Pontiac G5 Angel Eye Halo Projector Headlights - Chrome

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What? Do you mean a resistor on the turns so it doesn't hyper blink?

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Some cars have a bulb out warning light. The Cobalt doesn't have it, so the warning cancelers aren't needed. Be sure to use a relay harness. While we're on the subject of projectors and HIDs, don't go with those headlights. Better yet, spend the extra money and build yourself a retrofit. Those halo projector lights are actually designed for halogens. You'll get much better light output by putting HIDs in projectors that are meant for HIDs. If you still want to go with those headlights, then consider getting a Retroquick kit from The Retrofit Source so you can swap out those crappy halogen projectors for Mini H1 bi-xenon projectors.
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My plan was to build some retrofits but time is my biggest problem, with work and all I'm just looking to upgrade the headlights for now

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I bought a set of TYC stock headlights and did my EvoX-R retrofit in them. I had to swap the reflectors over from my original headlights because the TYC reflectors are very brittle. So I was able to work on my retrofit a little at a time and still drive my car.
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