Instruction Covers 

Type 1 (Low or High beam) Single Filament:  [click here]

H1, H3, H7, H8, H9, H10 (9140 or 9145), H11, 5202 ( H16, 9009), 880, 9005, 9006, 9012

Type 2 (Low and High beam) Motorized HID Kit: [click here]

H4-M2, H13-M2, 9004-M2, 9007-M2 

Type 2 (High Beam) Relay Method: [click here]

Early 2005 or older Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler Vehicles 

Type 3 (HID Low and Halogen High beam): [click here]

H4, H13, 9004, 9007

Interface Kit D1: [click here]

9005/9005 Late 2005 – Early 2012 Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler Vehicles 

Interface Kit D2: [click here]

H1/9005 – Late 2005 – Early 2012 Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler Vehicles 

Interface Kit D3 and D4: [click here]

H13-M2 and 9004/9007-M2 – Late 2005 – Early 2012 Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler Vehicles 

HID Motorcycle Kit: [click here]

880, H1, H4, H4-M2, H6M, H7, H9



Q: Do I need an Interface Kit for my vehicle?

A: If you are installing HID kits for high and low beam in a DodgeJeep or Chrysler vehicle made between late 2005 and early 2012 then yes you will need one.  For Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler vehicles older than late 2005 you will need to use our relay method if you are installing high and low beam.


Q: I just installed your kit and I get nothing when I go to switch them on, is my kit broken?

A:  There is a very small chance that a part  is defective.  In this situation the issue is usually related to a connection issue.  In cases like this you should check that all the pins are matching your factory vehicle headlight plug and also the plug going into the ballast.  Another thing to check is that all the plugs are clipping in properly.


Q: if I get a higher kelvin temperature rating, will my lights be brighter?

A:  No they will not be brighter.  Kelvin temperature rating only changes the color of the light.  The color will determine the brightness because as you change from color to color the amount of usable light changes.


Q: I just replaced a bulb and now the color of my headlights do not match, is there something wrong?

A: When bulbs are produced from the factory they use special tools to match the color of each bulb and package them as sets.  We sell them in sets for this reason and is not uncommon to have different colors after changing bulbs.  We usually will suggest buying a set of bulbs and using the older functional bulb as a spare.