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E46 bi-Xenon, Xenon and Halogen Installation Instructions

October 12th, 2009 · No Comments

The kit is very easy to install. But you must take your time. The rings, once installed, are durable enough to take the rigors of driving on the street. The mounting system and installation method ensure that the rings will resist vibration and jarring extremely well. That said, the rings are very susceptible to breakage on installation. Do not attempt to flex, bend or put pressure on the ring itself. They can shatter and like any fluorescent lamp may result in flying glass if broken. It is suggested that you wear eye protection when handling the rings. All fluorescent lamps also contain small amounts of the chemical Mercury. If you break a ring do not blow the debris away or inhale the powder. Wipe up any debris with a damp paper towel and dispose of it. Handle the rings with care until they are installed inside of the bezel of the headlights and they will provide years of trouble free operation. Lamps can last for over 100,000 hours of operation.

Kit Contents
Each system contains different contents based on the application. The exception is that the hardware and supply bag for the system is universal. This means that you may have components in the kit left over that do not apply to your automobile or the installation method you choose to use. For instance, if you choose to use taps for your system to power the power supplies, you will not require the shrink wrap in your kit. Other items may also be left over. If you follow the installation instructions and have left over supplies, DON’T PANIC. It’s just easier, and therefore cheaper for everyone, to use one common hardware supply kit.


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