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post #1 of 10 Old 06-10-2010, 03:30 AM Thread Starter
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HID lights?

So I found out a lot of information from my last post. Is the OEM bulb a hi/lo bulb or just lo and there's a separate hi or what? Sorry about all the stupid questions, but I just don't want to f*** this up.
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Changing+headlight+bulbs+%3A+Versa

Incase that didn't work LoL...the answer to your question is the OEM bulb consist of both High&Low Beams. No such thing as a stupid question...

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Alright, thanks alot. Now I can go ahead and order them.
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Did you count how many lightbulbs there are in your headlight? Which one is hi? Which one is lo? Oh and the yellow ones don't count.
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Will I need to order anythings else like the HID Harness or the error eliminator?
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Any plug n play HID kit comes with ballasts and wiring. Just need the correct bulb size, which im sure youve figured it out already :P
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alright thanks guys
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It would be cool if there was a dealer option to choose a xenon HID kit for the Versa sort of like what is offered in Japan for the Tiida. Make it plug 'n play, I'd be all over it.
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It would be cool if there was a dealer option to choose a xenon HID kit for the Versa sort of like what is offered in Japan for the Tiida. Make it plug 'n play, I'd be all over it.
Factory installed projector lamps would crank up the price, id figure an approx $1k. Im sure the dealer would crank it up even more, charging for their labour of course. But unfortunately, for the mass North American market, Nissan figures consumers should save that dough and get no HID projector lamps. Most lux manufacturers make it an option, BMW has a $1500 option for Xenons for the 1 and 3 series.
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Alright, thanks alot. Now I can go ahead and order them.
Any pictures yet?
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