Getting my pair of 5000k hids tomorrow for lows and fogs and i was trying to find out how to install my foglights without removing the whole bumper has anyone done it without removing the bumper??
And scratch your forearms up so they look like tenderized steak. Allow me to re-emphasize that: "SCRATCH!" It's tight spacing up and inside there. Don't ask how I know this! Suffice it to say that was just performing a simple changing of the fog lamps from the OEM's 27.5w to a more illuminating 35w.There is a screw and a plug-screw(plastic) under the bumper on each side where the wheel well panel and front bumper skirt meet. Remove them both with a phillips screwdriver and install by bending down the wheel well liner and reaching up, inside while on your back
Maybe this will help: http://www.hyundai-forums.com/231-md-2011-elantra/147246-grill-removal.html#post1135566i dont want to really mess around with taking to much things out i will try the wheel well way and if i cant get it i will try the bumper way could u point me out to a good guide that i could follow?
Perfect! will attempt this tomorrow. Thanks!
I noticed one thing at the very end on the headlight how did he make that turn signal go from 5000k white to yellow when he turns on the turning signals
trust me on this. its 2 extra screws to take the bumper off over just taking the bottom splash shield off. It makes life SOOOO much easier.
thats why i didn't want to remove it i thought the same thing!I have never done this. But I have to ask. Isn't there alignment issues that can pop up when you remove it when placing it back on?
I'd try any of the automotive parts stores, locally, or online. Home Depot and Lowe's has them in stock. Usually in the "specialty nuts, screws, etc." aisle.thats why i didn't want to remove it i thought the same thing!
where could i buy rubber caps with the x cut on them already for the headlight covers? i don't want to cut a whole on the plastic for warrantee purposes.
yes 2 xenon canbus error cancellers only on the headlights. thats the only way they stay onThey are sensitive to voltage drops. Make sure the wires are big enough and the connections are good.
Are you using two relays?
i tried in home depot and autopart they didnt have anything right now im running the hids without the grommet but i dont want to do this for long besides drilling a whole on the original cover what have some of you guys done to feed the wires of the hidsI'd try any of the automotive parts stores, locally, or online. Home Depot and Lowe's has them in stock. Usually in the "specialty nuts, screws, etc." aisle.
You're wanting a wire grommet. All you need is the diameter of the hole's opening before you go.
Very fancy for a relay. Isn't this the same thing? Xenon HID Conversion Kit Relay Wiring Harness H1 H8 H9 H11 9005 9006 9140 9145 | eBay