Xentec 5000k HID fire-up
fire up of the Xentec Super Slim Ballast 5000k HIDs in my low beams and fogs that i have in my 2008 Nissan Altima
Check out my other 2 videos to see the color shift from above the car...
This video will show you several troubleshooting methods to do when you are having problems installing your HID's. This includes: Light's not going, lights turning on then turning off, and lights flickering.
How to Install HIDs [Conversion Kit] DIY
Hey everyone! I finally have another car mod DIY tutorial for you guys, this time it's and HID conversion kit on my Scion tC. It's REALLY EASY =] I hope you all enjoy!
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UnBoxing Xentec Slim HID Kit
hey this is my first unboxing video for a " Xentec slim HID Kit " .
Got it from Ebay for $35 . for now i am happy with it i will give it a week of use and post my review .
Xentec HID 10000k
35 dollar ebay kit and it is well worth the money. Installed in 5 minutes. Came with good slim ballast that didn't flicker and I didn't even need a relay or canceller. I purchased from http://stores.ebay.com/xtremehid. The customer service was great, shipping was fast, and product was outstanding.
Xentec 9004 6000K slim HID kit issues
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
i purchased this kit off ebay for $34 from ebay seller "hidlighting168"
the kit supposedly had a warranty, however the seller chooses not to respond to my email. now debating whether to report the seller to IC3 because i feel defrauded
The seller sent me a new pair of bulbs which seem to be ALOT less shaky. However, i will be replacing the entire kit so i can have dual HID beams cause current kit is low beams only. Also planning on replacing the amber park lights wit 6000k leds, same wit the fog lights as well.
Ford Ranger HID Xentec 6000K Test Drive
New HID Headlights in the 1991 Ford Ranger. Nice and wide lenses help out. Quality is not as good as expected for the video but I hope you enjoy it anyway!
Need HID HELP FLICKERING
HID installed on a camry with no relay
and theres slight flickering on both bulbs
help me out guys
What is the CAN-BUS problem and how do we solve it!
Our CAN-BUS Ballast gets rid of the flickering issues or headlamp error light issue. This issue is known on most European cars (BMW/BENZ/AUDI/VW) and now it is occur on some American cars (CHRYSLER/DODGE/JEEP). All vehicles halogen bulb being 55W and HID being 35W. Therefore, when an HID kit is installed into the vehicle, the car ECU detects the lights are running at 35W instead of the normal 55W. Two things will happen, when it detect this.
1. When running at 35W, the ECU thinks the light bulb on one side is broken and cut down on the power it sends to the headlight, causing the HID to flicker because there is not enough power.
2. It will cause a headlight error light on the dash because it think 1 side of the headlight is broken.
This CAN-BUS will trick the ECU into thinking the HID is running at 55W, when it is really running at 35W. This will trick the ECU into thinking that both side of the headlights are working fine and will allow the ECU to give the headlights full power to run properly, which will get rid of the flickering issue and error light issue. This Ballast is safe and will not damage any ECU or electrical wiring.
http://www.hidspeed.com This video shows you how to install your xenon hid conversion kit.