Hi everyone! I am Docís wife Bev. I donít post a whole lot because if anything breaks or goes wrong I just have him fix it
Not that I am not mechanically skilled, its that he is my husband ,and I have female powers
The other benefit of having Doc as my husband is I get to steal his stuff for my JK
his rims, his springs, his bumperÖhey, he is not using them any more. So when he had this pile of lights taking over my living room I told him I was testing a set. Especially after dragging me out at night to flip a high beam switch in the middle of an abandoned parking lot while he takes measurements, or having me help him with Excell because he is an office software retard or repeatedly stealing my stock headlights to do this project.
So I chose the Hellfire HID kit from Rebel Off-road because it came with pretty stickers
Well, it did
But it also throws some great light patterns.
It was all nicely packed in a small cardboard box with very simple instructions. Actually the hardest part of the installation was removing the grill. Doc said he would not help me with any of it because he wanted a ďnovice reviewĒ so the threads on here that others wrote came in handy with taking the grill off.
After removing the grill and old headlights I removed the old bulbs and carefully put in the HID bulbs without touching them. Then I ran all the wires though the back. They only plugged in where they were supposed to plug in, so there is only one way and nothing to mess up. Plug the adapter into one of the old headlight sockets and that part is done. I did not take any pictures as it went by pretty quick.
The wiring is basic and not hard to figure out. There is the hot wire that you put on the positive of the battery.
And then the ground that I just used an existing ground bolt for.
I stuck the fuse by the fuse box so if something goes wrong I donít have to hunt it down.