1. Are HIDProjector headlights plug-and-play?

Whether HID  projector headlights are plug-and-play can depend on various factors. In some cases, HIDprojector headlights may indeed be plug-and-play, meaning you can simply remove the old headlights and install the new HID projector headlights without any modification or additional wiring. However, this isn't universally true for all vehicles and HIDprojector kits.

Some vehicles may require additional wiring or adapters to properly install HID projector headlights. Additionally, HID systems may require ballasts and igniters, which may need to be integrated into the vehicle's electrical system.

It's always best to consult the manufacturer's instructions or seek advice from a professional mechanic or automotive expert to ensure compatibility and proper installation.

2. Do the headlights come with everything needed for installation?

The inclusion of all necessary components for installation can vary depending on the specific headlight kit or manufacturer. While some headlights may come with everything needed for installation, including bulbs, wiring harnesses, and mounting hardware, others may require additional parts or accessories to complete the installation process. 

It's essential to carefully review the product specifications and contents list provided by the manufacturer to ensure that you have everything required for installation before beginning the process. If you're uncertain, contacting the manufacturer or seller for clarification can help ensure a smooth installation experience.

3. Do HIDprojector headlights need separate bulbs?

Yes, HIDprojector headlights typically require separate HID bulbs compared to traditional halogen headlights. HID bulbs produce light by creating an electrical arc between two electrodes inside a gas-filled bulb, resulting in a brighter and whiter light output compared to halogen bulbs. 

These HID bulbs are specifically designed to work with HID projector assemblies, which help focus and distribute the light beam effectively on the road. When purchasing HIDprojector headlights from a reputable source like, it's essential to ensure that the kit includes the necessary HID bulbs for installation.

4. After installing my HIDprojector headlights, they aren't turning on. What should I do next?

If your HIDprojector headlights aren't turning on after installation, there are several troubleshooting steps you can take:

  1. Check the Wiring: Ensure that all wiring connections are secure and properly connected. Loose connections can prevent power from reaching the headlights.
  2. Inspect the Bulbs: Make sure the HID bulbs are properly seated in their sockets. If they're not seated correctly, they may not make proper contact and won't illuminate.
  3. Test the Ballasts: The ballasts are essential components of HID headlights. Check if they're receiving power and functioning correctly. If not, they may need to be replaced.
  4. Verify the Ground Connection: A poor ground connection can prevent the headlights from turning on. Ensure that the ground wire is securely connected to a clean, unpainted metal surface.
  5. Check the Fuses: Blown fuses can also cause headlights to malfunction. Inspect the fuses related to the headlights and replace any that are blown.
  6. Test with a Different Power Source: If possible, connect the headlights to a different power source to see if they turn on. This can help determine if the issue lies with the power source or the headlights themselves.
  7. Check the Manual: Refer to the installation manual or manufacturer's instructions for troubleshooting tips specific to your HID projector headlights.

If you're unable to resolve the issue after performing these steps, please call us at  1-716-662-3479.

5. What should I do if my HIDprojector headlights are not working properly?

If your HIDprojector headlights are not working properly, here are some steps you can take to address the issue:

  1. Check for Power Supply: Ensure that the headlights are receiving power by checking the connections, fuses, and relays. If there's no power reaching the headlights, it could be due to a wiring issue or a faulty power source.
  2. Inspect Bulbs and Ballasts: Examine the HID bulbs and ballasts for any signs of damage or malfunction. Replace any bulbs that are burnt out or damaged, and test the ballasts to ensure they are functioning correctly.
  3. Verify Ground Connections: Ensure that the ground connections for the headlights are secure and properly grounded. Poor grounding can lead to electrical issues and cause the headlights to malfunction.
  4. Check for Error Codes: Some vehicles equipped with HID headlights may display error codes or warning messages if there's a problem with the headlights. Use a diagnostic tool to check for any stored error codes and troubleshoot accordingly.
  5. Adjust Headlight Alignment: Improper headlight alignment can affect visibility and performance. Make sure the headlights are properly aligned according to the manufacturer's specifications to ensure optimal performance.
  6. Check the Manual: Refer to the vehicle's owner's manual or the manufacturer's instructions for troubleshooting tips and guidance specific to your HIDprojector headlights.
  7. Seek Professional Help: If you're unable to diagnose or resolve the issue on your own, consider seeking assistance from a professional automotive technician or contact us.

6. How do I adjust projector headlights?

Exceeding the recommended limit when adjusting the aiming screws can lead to subsequent adjustment complications. Over-tightening these adjustments risks stripping the threads within the headlight, hampering vertical aiming movement.

Additionally, excessive twisting may cause the adjustment to unscrew entirely, rendering further adjustments impossible. 

When receiving your new HID headlights, it's crucial to note that they come pre-aimed and appropriately adjusted for vehicles with standard ride height. Should additional adjustments be necessary, utilize the vertical and horizontal adjustments located on the back of each headlight unit.

We recommend limiting adjustments to no more than three complete (360-degree) turns in either direction. It's essential to avoid using power tools for these adjustments, as only hand tools should be used, as the adjusters cannot be replaced or repaired.

Signs of a faulty adjuster include projectors bouncing during driving or lights pointing downward. If you suspect a broken adjuster, please contact our customer service team to initiate the warranty process.

7. What's the best projector headlights, HID vs LED?

The choice between HID (High-Intensity Discharge) and LED (Light-Emitting Diode) projector headlights depends on various factors, including your preferences, budget, and specific requirements. Here's a comparison to help you decide:

HID Projector Headlights:

  • Brightness: HID headlights produce bright and intense light, providing excellent visibility on the road. They typically have a longer throw distance compared to traditional halogen headlights.
  • Color Temperature: HID headlights offer a wide range of color temperatures, allowing you to customize the light output to suit your preferences. They often produce a slightly bluish or white light, which some users find aesthetically pleasing.
  • Warm-Up Time: HID headlights require a short warm-up period to reach their full brightness. This delay may not be significant but is worth considering for instant illumination needs.
  • Durability: HID bulbs tend to have a longer lifespan compared to halogen bulbs but may be less durable than LED bulbs. However, they are still more durable than traditional halogen headlights.

LED Projector Headlights:

  • Efficiency: LED headlights are highly energy-efficient, consuming less power than HID headlights while providing comparable or even superior brightness.
  • Instant Illumination: LED headlights offer instant illumination without any warm-up time, providing immediate visibility when turned on.
  • Durability: LED bulbs are known for their durability and longevity, often outlasting both HID and halogen bulbs. They are resistant to shock and vibration, making them ideal for rough road conditions.
  • Compact Design: LED headlights feature a compact design, allowing for greater flexibility in headlight housing design and installation options.

 8. What are the lighting options for projector headlights?

Projector headlights offer various lighting options to suit different preferences and needs.

Here are some common lighting options available for projector headlights:

  1. Halogen Bulbs: Traditional halogen bulbs are a common lighting option for projector headlights. They provide adequate brightness and are cost-effective. However, they are less efficient and have a shorter lifespan compared to newer technologies.
  2. HID (High-Intensity Discharge) Bulbs: HID bulbs produce bright and intense light using an electric arc between two electrodes within a gas-filled bulb. They offer higher brightness and better visibility than halogen bulbs, making them popular for projector headlights. HID bulbs also come in different color temperatures, allowing for customization of the light output.   
  3. LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Bulbs: LED bulbs are becoming increasingly popular for projector headlights due to their energy efficiency, longevity, and versatility. LED headlights offer instant illumination, excellent brightness, and a wide range of color temperatures. They also produce less heat than HID bulbs and are more durable.
  4. Bi-Xenon Projectors: Bi-xenon projectors incorporate both low and high beam functions into a single projector unit. They utilize a movable shield or solenoid to control the light output, providing both low and high beam patterns without the need for separate projector units. 
  5. Sequential Turn Signals: Some projector headlights feature sequential turn signals, where the individual LEDs light up in sequence to indicate the direction of the turn. This adds a stylish and modern touch to the headlights while enhancing visibility to other drivers. 
  6. Halo Rings or Angel Eyes: Halo rings, also known as angel eyes, are illuminated rings surrounding the projector lens. They provide a distinctive appearance and can be customized with different colors or LED configurations to suit personal preferences. 
  7. Adaptive Headlights: Adaptive headlights adjust their beam pattern based on driving conditions, vehicle speed, and steering input. They can swivel or pivot to illuminate the road ahead while turning, improving visibility and safety.

    9. Do you offer a DIY kit for headlights?

    Yes, we do offer DIY kits for headlights. These kits are designed to provide enthusiasts with the tools and components needed to customize and install their own headlights. Whether you're looking to retrofit projector lenses, add halo rings, or upgrade to LED bulbs.

    Our  Quick-build DIY kits come with comprehensive instructions and quality components to help you achieve professional results. If you're interested in our DIY kits or have any questions, feel free to reach out to us for more information!

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    10. What's inside the Mystery box ?

    The  Mystery Box is filled with an exciting assortment of items related to headlight customization and enhancement. Here's what you might find inside:

    • Halos: LED or CCFL halo rings for adding a stylish accent to your headlights.
    • Angel Eyes: Another term for halo rings, providing a halo effect around the projector lens.
    • Demon Eyes: LED or color-changing lights that create a menacing appearance within the projector housing.
    • Shrouds: Decorative or functional covers that surround the projector lens for added aesthetics.
    • Projectors: High-quality projector units for upgrading your headlights and improving light output.
    • Bulbs: HID or LED bulbs for enhanced brightness and visibility on the road.
    • Ballasts: Power units for HID bulbs, ensuring consistent and stable performance.
    • Lenses: Clear or tinted lenses for projector headlights, enhancing light distribution and aesthetics.
    • Housings: Headlight housings or assemblies, providing the foundation for your customizations.
    • Wiring: Wiring harnesses or kits for proper installation and connectivity.