HID problems

drperry

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I doubt taking that cover in front of the bulb will do anything...

I had issues with that when I put HID's in my halogen projectors that I got from ebay... The bar causes a shadow... I turned my bulb so the bar was on top instead of below and it went away.
 

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I doubt taking that cover in front of the bulb will do anything...

I had issues with that when I put HID's in my halogen projectors that I got from ebay... The bar causes a shadow... I turned my bulb so the bar was on top instead of below and it went away.


I guess ill try to tinker with it
 

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Don't take that bulb cover off. It might not even help your problem, but it will certainly piss other drivers off.
 

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I'm gonna bet its the aftermarket headlight housing. Maybe go back to stockers :dunno: And yeah I wouldn't take that bulb cover thing off.
 

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The problem is still there with the stock headlights, but the lense on the stock headlights diffuses enough of it that you don't really notice it.
 

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The problem is still there with the stock headlights, but the lense on the stock headlights diffuses enough of it that you don't really notice it.

dang. I just dont understand why the high beams are halogens and do it too:dunno:


Crappy designed headlight reflector bowls.
 

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