Have you had any trouble with the wiring harness heating up or melting with those H.I.D.s?
No problems yet, a properly designed HID system actually draws LESS current than the conventional halogen lamp. Gotta put my clamp meter around a wire and check the current draw.
Where did you get these from, and how "ballpark" did it run you? I imagine the night time driving vision is much improved over the stock bulbs and lens.
HID kit was a Xetronic 9007 hi/lo kit fro buyeruolights.com for 500ish
headlights/corners/signals were from Advanced JDM for 160ish for all 6 pieces.
I still don't have them aimed exactly yet (a little low, pass side needs to go to the right a bit) but Holy S@#$ Batman!! They're not blinding anyone, and the light seems to illuminate reflective signs a couple miles away. After a few hours of highway driving, the light doesn't seem to cause fatigue like squinting through the blackness with halogens used to.
The only thing that sucked is since my truck is for Canadian market, I had to do a little "re-wiring" on the DRL module, since it is not recommended to use HIDs as daytime runners (reduced voltage reduces ballast life.) In the near future, I will be installing some fogs in the outer bumper holes (hopefully my old PIAA 959's) and have them for fog and DRL duty.
1996 F250 SC/SB 4X4 XLT
1997 F250 RC/SB 2WD project
2008 F350 CC/LB 4X4 DRW Lariat, 3" cow catcher mod
2008 Ranger SC FX4
If your posting pictures bill, everyone dim their screens, that CAT YELLOW is bright
Is there anything you DONT take apart and **** with?
I still say that those Dodge mirrors have as much business on a OBS Ford as yoga pants have on a fat chick...my .02