[B]I AM OUT OF GOOD LIGHTS.
I have a couple sets remaining that would be good for retrofit projects, or if you dont mind taking them apart. You can install a set of Morimoto projectors, etc for a huge savings. The projectors are a little loose and require them to be re-secured. You need to take apart the lights to do this.
Check out www.hidplanet.com on how to do retrofits, etc.
Only $200 shipped per set. First come first serve!
Just pm me if you like a set.
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About the lights
These lights are designed as an upgrade for your halogen lights. They do not work on cars equipped with OEM Xenons unless you do major re-wiring, than you lose your AFS, etc.
Low Beam Projectors – take H7, D2H or D2S HID bulbs. H7 Halogen bulbs also fit as well.
Hi-Beam – H1 Halogen
North American cars have DRLs, and you have two choices, you can either disable your DRLs, or program the LEDs to function as your DRLs.
To code LEDs as DRLs, try the following:
DRL should be left on, then code DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS AS POSITION LIGHTS
then code LED MODULE INSTALLED this is byte 24 and byte 27 (Byte 24 to E4, byte 27 to 24).
It is possible that BYTE 18 will need to be coded to 20 for DRL LED to function properly.
This is using the stock headlight switch also. So just the lights and some vag-com took care of it. Also of note, when you turn the lights on, these LED's will go out. Not really an issue though, as the low beams wash out the LED light when viewing at night.
More instructions can be found here:
Use a 6 mm Allen key to adjust the lights and aim them as you would your halogen lights.
Due to these closeout prices, warranthy only applies to the LEDs burning out. One year warranty on the LEDs.
Condensation can and does happen with all headlights, even on brand new OEM lights, there are drain holes which will remove the moisture. Avoid going to extreme temperature changes until the lights get adjusted to the ambient temperature.