Education time.i know my car doesnt have xenon light and that what i want to do.. i wanna buy hid conversion kit but i dont know which kind of bulb to order and how many V 35 or 55....because some guy told me if i put the 35 i will get a lamp out warning and the lights will flash and shut off and the computer sees less power and causes the warning and tries to shut the power to the circuit off.
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Thank you for the informationEducation time.
You'll pick 35 of 55 watts, not volts.
Those values will adjust your brightness measured in mcd.
You'll most likely want error cancellers regardless unless you choose to drive around with your HIDs on at all times.
P46's are a bare minimum to utilize HIDs efficiently and safely. Using HIDs in a reflector style headlight will spew very bright light and blind oncoming traffic.
Thank you so much for the information. i didnt know about that. i think im going to order projector headlight and hid as well,but which hid ballast would i get 35W or 55W, would the 55w affect my battery or the wires?I used to work in the lighting business; HID's in non-projector housings and in reflective halogen housings put the amount of light given out by an HID bulb(lets say... halogen brightness x5) and you get this big sloppy mess that blinds other drivers and does not give you the full effect that the HID is designed for.
Why do you think they are called "projector" lights? They project the light(much like a projector) in a much cleaner, detailed beam rather than a bulb surrounded by shiny bits used to reflect the light off and create the inefficient beam.
it just depends on how bright you want it to be. 35W is more than adequate... but a lot of folks like the brightness of 55w!which hid ballast would i get 35W or 55W, would the 55w affect my battery or the wires?