Xenon HID bulbs are high intensity discharge (HID) bulbs
filled with a mixture of "noble" gases including Xenon. Unlike
a halogen bulb, the Xenon bulbs has no filament. The light
arc is created between two electrodes. As is the case with
other gas discharge bulbs, Xenon HID bulbs have an electronic
starter for quick ignition and requires an electronic ballast
to function properly.
Step-by-Step Installation ·
We highly advise professional installation.
- Check the headlight housings to ensure they are
- Make sure the vehicle does not have any pre-existing
electrical problems. If a pre-existing electrical
problem exists, it will void the warranty.
- The vehicle must have a pre-existing 12V NEGATIVE
- Vehicles with a single fuse for both lights must
have a fuse at least 30 amp.
- If there is one fuse per headlight, each fuse must
be at least 20 amps.
- Before attaching the power adapter, identify the
ballast's positive and negative wires. The positive
wires are white. Negative wires are black.
- Never touch any bulb with your bare hands. The
grease from your hands will cause the HID bulbs to
explode over time. If touched accidentally, use rubbing
alcohol to clean the surface.
- Before connecting the wires and harness, you must
clean all connectors, especially the AMP connector.
Make sure the installation is in A DUST FREE condition.
If the installation is not completely DUST FREE, and
bulbs or ballast are defective after the attempted
installation, they are not covered by the warranty
due to installation error.
- Once the headlights are installed, start the engine
and turn on the lights. You should leave the lights
on for at least five (15) minutes to ensure that the
burn-in process is complete.
- Due to the occurrence of high voltage, please make
sure the connections among the ballast, the igniter,
and the light bulb are properly insulated and packed
when installing the HID lamp.
- Do not look into the light directly when the HID
is lit up to avoid visual hazards.
- Avoid contact with the HID bulb while it is lit
or has just been extinguished to prevent burning by
its high temperature.
Please do not install the ballast and the connection
wires close to the engine or places where water may
penetrate to avoid any overheating or leakage, causing
the shortening or malfunctioning of the components.
After installation and testing, make sure that the ballast
and the igniter are fixed firmly in place. Depending
on the space available, tie the wires in small bundles
with cable ties in an orderly manner. Avoid simply bundling
all of the wires together to prevent degradation.
Problem: In many cases, especially
for those cars that have Auto "ON" or Daytime
Running Lights; one or both light cannot Ignite Initially,
Discharge Bulb turns off after just start the car, or
even sometimes, bulb just turns off when driving.
Fried ballast, internally damage or burn the discharge
bulb Gas Capsule.
You MUST Disconnect the Daytime Running Light or Auto
Switch ON function immediately before the actual HID
Conversion. Due to the Steady levels of battery voltage
is required at 12V or Plus before the initial Ignites
of each HID Systems; you must prohibit the less voltage
draw of car battery at HID s start time. Daytime Running
Light is 7V or less power output, and auto switch
on headlight is always turn on seconds right before
the car to start the ignition to charge the battery,
which means Battery is focus on charging the ignition
and waiting for alternator to recharge it back to
12V. Therefore, in both situations, battery is drawing
much less power than 12V to initially ignite the HID
headlight. Please perform the following:
o if you have Daytime Running Light please follow
your car s service manual; disconnect the fuse or
wiring of Daytime Running lights only.
o If you have Auto Switch On Headlights, please switch
the function to Manual Switch On headlights. To avoid
further damages, always remember to start your engine
before turn on the HID system!
Problem: Just Installed the HID system
a few weeks ago, everything works out fine with system.
But lately, the one or both Discharge Bulbs are began
to flickering when starts!
Fried ballast, damaged bulb, and multiple internal
Disconnect all the connectors immediately. Clean every
connector with alcohol. Wait more than 5 minutes (reset
ballast Safety Stages Chip) then reconnect or reinstall
every connector. Then check all the connection between
ballast and factory harness (Power Source); check
all the connection between igniters and bulbs (yellow
silicone connectors); check your upgraded fuse, they
must be 20amp minimum. Remember, every connector has
to be 100% well connected to each other. Do not loss
mating or mis-wiring any connections.
Problem: Melted plastic burned onto
the HID bulb, staining it.
Potential heat spot could cause the bulb to melt,
crack, or explode.
Do not touch the bulb at any time, especially when
it is hot.
Problem: Bubble created by melted
glass from a high wattage (100W) bulb.
Dead bulb and potential melting of wiring harness
and headlight housing.
Do not use any bulb higher than 80 watts bulbs in
- There is a 2-year warranty on all HID kits, bulbs,
- Customer is responsible for all shipping charges.
- Defective parts will be replaced at our discretion,
and limited to the replacement of one full HID kit.
- Any charges accrued for shipping, installation,
removal, or reinstallation will not be covered.
- We will only warranty parts sold directly. Resellers
are directly responsible for handling their customer