55w H4-3 6000K Bi-Xenon Light Kit

  • $58.90


What is HID?
HID (High Intensity Discharge) refers to lighting technology that relies on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas contained in a sealed bulb. A normal halogen bulb uses a filament which can burn out in as little as 200 hours. HID bulbs are gas filled capsules that are rated for a lifespan of nearly 4,500 hours. HID bulbs also shine much brighter due to this technology.
Unlike halogen bulbs, HID's emit a type of light that closely resembles natural daylight and is therefore easier on human eyes. In fact, HID lights are currently used in most sports arenas, stadiums, and train stations worldwide. Don't be fooled by lower end Xenon replica bulbs sold at most retail shops. They are no match for the intensity, purity, and efficiency of high intensity discharge headlights.

HID Advantages:
Saves Power: HID Xenon lights consume only 35W of electricity making them over 3 times more efficient than traditional halogen bulbs.
Longer Life: The HID Kit lasts over 4,500 hours over 8 times more than OEM halogen bulbs.
Safety : HID Xenon bulbs have an increased brightness of 300% (over traditional halogen bulbs) adding an extra margin of safety.
Appearance : the HID Kit produces comfortable light which is very close to the natural light emitted by the sun. It makes everything easier to see at night.

What is HI/LO bi-xenon?

This will depend on the type of vehicle you drive. For most vehicle, the headlights have 2 bulbs each: one for low beams and one for high beams. In this case, you will need one regular HID kit for the low beams. If you also want your high-beams to be HID lights, you will need a second regular HID kit.
On some other vehicles, the headlights have one bulb each. This bulb performs the function of both the high beam and low beam. In this case, if you want to keep the high beam and low beam functions, you will need to install a special HI/LO kit. The HI/LO HID kits have special bulbs that perform both high and low beam functions.

Specification:
Dual Beam (H/L):H4-3=HB2=9003
Colour Temperature:6000K
Voltage: DC 12V
Current Norm.: 4.2A
Current in Max: 6A
Power Output: 55W
Working Temperature:-40 ~ +105 Centidegree.
HID Efficiency: 98.68%, 3, 200 LM.
Life-Span: 3, 000 hours

Features:
- Slim Ballasts, Slim compact design
- Digital Ballast
- Anti-UV Pure quartz bulb. High rigidity, great light penetrability.
- Innovative short circuit caused by touching the tip.
- Easy installation

Installation Guide:
Step 1: Open hood and locate the factory light bulb you are trying to convert. If fog lights, you may need to pull out your factory fog light housing to access the back. On some vehicles you can access factory bulbs from the engine bay or from the wheel wells with your wheels fully turned on direction. Please consult your owners manual or dealer on how to access your factory light bulbs. In 90% your bulbs are easily removed without too much trouble. Once your factory light bulb is removed, you can prepare for the HID bulb insertion.

Step 2: Remove the plastic capsule preinstalled on the HID bulb and insert into your headlight socket. HID bulbs should fit similar to your factory light bulb, but the tolerances may be slightly different on certain vehicle models. Bulb installation will vary from twisting to clamping from the back depending on the bulb type. Be very gentle with the HID glass portion. Do not touch the glass with your fingers. If it does end up getting dirty, simply wipe with clean cloth gently.

Step 3: Once the HID bulb is fixed into place locate the factory connector where the original halogen bulb was connected to. You will now connect the supplied wire (may be a plug or 2 metal tips) that you must insert into your factory connector as shown below. When we say factory connector, this is the connector your original bulb was feed power with.

Step 4: If your kit included a relay you will not use the provided extra wires shown in Step 3a. that connect ballast to factory headlight plug. Instead the ballast get connected to the relay as shown below. The relay then will connect to your factory headlight plug. Some relays will have two plugs one for each side, while others only one headlight plug. Remember a relay simply gets a signal from your headlight plug, then allows power to flow directly from your battery.

Step 5: If your kit purchased is a bi-xenon kit also known as hi/low (low beam + high beam HID with movement). This only applies to kits with bulb types 9004 9007 H4 H13 9008. Notice on these kits there will be only 1 headlight plug connector. One of your headlight connectors may not be used.

Step 6: Before mounting ballast permanently please test the system. Low beam, high beam and fog light function if it applies to your install. It is best to turn the vehicle on to test the system as some vehicles do not give full voltage when vehicle is running only from battery.

Step 7: Mount the ballasts on any existing bolt or flat surface away from excessive heat. We do not recommend mounting on top of the radiator or in front or behind it. Ballasts are electronic devices which excessive heat can ruin. Make certain the wires with your kit cannot get tangled into the belt line or are resting on very hot components of the engine.

Package Included:
2x Ballasts
2x Bulbs
1x HID 12V Wiring Harness Controller
1x Installation Manual
4x Ribbons