That dip on the driver side is true for all cars, not just HID cars.
I think it looks great. I'm thinking about the same thing when I get my Odyssey but with a glare shield. I did a similar installion into my brother Scion xB using OEM Nissan HID's, but we built a shield on the bottom to prevent glare. Works great and No Glare to oncomming traffic.rj05 said:Man...I feel like I've just gotten BEAT Up by all the comments.
Some people liked the way it looks...But most HATED the way the light spreads...
Silverstar, does any one have pictures of this and where do they sell them.
While you are at it - mind posting the wiring instructions (if you still have them).. Aside from connecting to the existing bulb's sockets, did you have to connect it to anything else (like +12V supply from the battery, etc.)rj05 said:Hi everyone...it has been awhile since I posted on this particular thread. I am guilty for not posting pictures of my HID install as I indicated back in May. I will do my very best to post some pictures over this weekend since I will be working on my ody installing the DVD RES system and taking lots of pictures which will be used for a HOW TO thread.
I guess different kits have different ways of wiring. My kit uses only one cable from the car (each side) which is the power cable to the original bulb (to get power). The rest of the cables are just between the new bulb and the ballast. Actually, I checked other installations posted on some web sites, all of them have the exact wiring as mine.rj05 said:
There are two ballasts, two HID bulbs and a wiring harness. The wiring harness contains a relay along with the plugs that attach to each ballast. There's another plug which is connected to just one of the two original vehicle low beam plug. There is a ground cable that comes out of the relay and another cable which is attached directly to the battery.