The GMC Sierra truck is a hardy, reliable truck that has no limits, so adding a whole new 6000K HID Kit to upgrade the car’s lighting will definitely do it justice. This HID Conversion Kit increases the output of your headlights so you can have better visibility during night driving. This kit converts your factory incandescent lights into something that you’d see on luxury vehicles, except you’re putting this on a huge GMC truck instead.
Looks like the we got a peek of the BMW 7 Series’ headlights in this week’s spy shot. There’s tons of LED technology here, and it will all be standard. There will be absolutely no need to buy the higher end premium package to get these LED lights now, although with the price tag a 7 Series commands, one would think it should be standard already. What this means is that laser lights, seen on the i8, will be an optional feature.
Expect the 7 Series to be the most technologically advanced car from BMW with the technology second to none. This includes parking assistance, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bowers & Wilkins audio, and next level drive assist. For those who love style, bi-color wheels will also be available starting summer 2015.
These are high powered BMW LED angel eyes with the new xenon white upgrade to get rid of the stock angel eyes once and for all. It gives you a matching HID look like what you see on the 2011 BMW 3 Series and the 2011 BMW 5 Series. The angel eyes are for 2006-2008 3 Series with pre-LCI for a whole new facelift. The LED angel eye ring marker bulbs are error free so you don’t have to deal with that pesky error message that sometimes plagues all European car owners.
This Audi RS Q3 prototype seems to have xenon plus headlights as well as LED daytime running lights that are standard for the vehicle. It also has a gaping intake and black mesh that makes it different from the first RS models from 2013. The prototype still has the single exhaust pipe, much to the disappointment of many fans. However, the car does have 19 inch wheels. The new RS Q3 will have a 5 cylinder, 2.5 liter turbo engine.
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.