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OK I am thinking about getting rid of factory headlights and possibly going with HID. How hard is it to install them or is there another type anyone would recommend?
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no im thinking about putting the halo rings in, so I will have to change out the whole light.
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ah... then i would talk to Cary at CTPerformance... he has really nice ones that are projector style lights.... all you would need to do is take off your old unit and install in the new headlights.....
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Thats it huh? No rewiring anything??
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not sure... i have never installed one of his kits.. i would contact him and find out
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Just make sure the damn things are aimed properly.....

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Cary makes a headlight assembly that's plug and play, not sure if he sells a DIY kit or not

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We don't have DIY kits sorry. Plug and play and adjust just like factory housings do.

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