The Honda Civic has been one of the most popular cars on the road because of its affordable price tag, constant reliability, and the ease in which car enthusiasts can mod their own Civic. This is a set of projector fog lamps with LED halo rings that will definitely make your Civic look absolutely classy. These Honda Civic LED halo ring fog lights is great for the driver who loves the fluidity of halo rings combined with the affordability of aftermarket lights.
BMW has been creating many great performance cars for a very long time with an amazing history and car line. Compared to Mercedes AMG, the M series cars almost all perform better than those carrying the AMG badge. To match its amazing performance, one must be able to see farther and in more dangerous weather which is why this BMW 4 series that one of our customer brought over is equipped with our
iJDMTOY Projector Lens Fog Lamps.
This product comes with special adapters so that it is compatible with any car that can use the LED Fog Light with H11 bulbs, making the compatibility list even larger. You can see that the LED halo rings give the car a little bit more of a unique look as opposed to the standard fog lights. This makes it perfect for the person who likes to think outside of the box but doesn’t want anything too crazy. You can even see the quality of the glass projector and the smooth, clean look.
When it comes to core bulb sizes and their derivatives, it’s good to know that these bulbs can fit into the same housing. These bulbs include:
9005 –> H10 (9145, 9155, 9150, 9140)
H11 –> H8 H9
880 –> 886, 889, 892, 893, 890, 862, 881, 884, 885. 894, 898, 899
Bulbs to the left of the arrow will be able to fit into the housing of their respective core bulbs to the right. This demonstration is based on the 9005 bulb with the H10 core.
The 9005 bulb is a derivative of the core H10 bulb, meaning that bulbs sizes such as the 9005, 9145, 9155, 9150, 9140 can fit into the H10 housing. At first glance, it may appear that the H10 bulb has tabs that cannot fit into the stock housing. Actually, the bulb can still fit into the housing with a little bit of twisting and maneuvering.
Today, we tried to install an H11 HID Conversion Kit and we encountered an issue of it not lighting up, but we quickly found a solution that fixes this. The most common issue that causes the HID to not work is that it doesn’t get power. We all know that we have to check the polarities, but what if the HID doesn’t even receive power? Before you can even check the polarity, you have to make sure that the connector and the adapter are snapped in together properly. What we encountered here is actually a textbook issue because the adapter wasn’t completely snapped in; therefore it doesn’t even receive power.
1.) One of the reasons why it sometimes doesn’t completely snap in when you try to connect the adapter to the connector is that the stock wire is hidden all the way underneath, making it difficult to get a firm grip on both parts to snap the connector.