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post #11 of 23 Old 12-13-2010, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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my fingers are constantly crossed about that. one of my halos did come loose already though. i had to remove the headlight and play operation. i stuck a wire in thru the bulb hole, applied a tiny bit of glue, then pulled the halo back into place while the glue dried.
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post #12 of 23 Old 12-13-2010, 10:30 PM
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Nice write up man. I was wondering if there was a way to remove the LEDs but it looks like I'll be trading with flversa so I'll help him put the projectors on.

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There has got to be a to fix a LEDs though even if its cliping were they connect and sodering new ones to the old connections.
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Really useful ! I did it today with a friend and we changed the lights for a HID kit without having to remove the whole bumper. We removed only the splash guards to reach the 4th bolt of the headlight behind the wheels and the first bolt of the bumper to remove the headlight.
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You don't actually have to remove the entire front number. Just pull it back far enough to remove the one headlight bolt.

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Hi, do u know if adjusting the headlights are the metal circle in picture 5? I ask cause I havent been able to adjust mine with those, is there a certain way to turn them?
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in pic 5 there are two metal circles with teeth on the back of them, these are for adjusting the height of the headlight beam. i installed 6k hids about 2 months ago and tried adjusting the beam while i was working on the headlights but i was turning and turning and was getting nowhere. i think these headlights just dont adjust that high, or my adjustment screws were broken. ive gotten used to it though
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Man, this is a great write up for this how to, too bad the build quality for the lights is not very good. You have saved me $200.00. Still, at least I learned how to properly remove the bumper and the wheel wells. I thank you for that.
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i have brand new headlights for $200 plus shipping if anyone is interested!
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to OP: can you show what the projector beam pattern is like on a wall?
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