Originally Posted by ejicon
when you mean "Plug and Play" per your website... how plug and play are we talking about here? Thanks
I didn't know there were degrees
. It's totally plug and play. Install goes like this:
Unplug OEM wiring harness from stock headlight bulbs
Remove stock headlight bulbs
Install HID bulbs
Plug HID ignitor/ballast connector(s) to HID bulb connector(s)
Plug OEM wiring harness into connector on the other end of the ignitor/ballast.
DONE! You really can't mess it up, as the connectors are all unique and only connect to their proper mates.
Then you just have to find a place to mount the ballasts & ignitors. They can go anywhere where they wont rattle around and where they're not on something hot. The kit comes with double sided tape and a couple zip ties to help w/ mounting.
Some cars, btw, have a cap that covers the OEM headlight bulb and the OEM wiring goes through that cap. On most of those setups you have to drill a larger hole in the back of the cap in order to pull the OEM wiring connector and the HID wiring connectors through the cap. The HID kit comes with nice silicone grommets to seal up that hole in the event you have to make one on your car. And, new caps are like $9 at the dealership for nearly all models so if you went back to stock it's not something hard to replace with new, unmodified ones. A lot of cars, of course, do not have caps covering the bulbs at all so this isn't necessary.