Last post on Jul 01, 2011 at 4:46 AM
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#462 of 465 Re: HID conversion [jamazera]
Jun 20, 2011 (6:08 am)
Actually...the HID kit comes with everything you need to make the upgrade. The power to the ballast comes from the OEM bulb plug. I was able to do my install in about 20 mins. The hardest part was figuring where to stash the ballasts. I pulled the headlight housing out and used the double sided tape they provided and stuck them on the inside of each fender. So far, so good!!!
I only paid $32 (free shipping) for my HID kit on eBay. I know what the Sylvania Ultras cost per pair and you'll probably be replacing those before I replace an HID bulb. Also, the output from the HID's is much brighter than the Ultras (I've had those before myself). I'm so glad I finally did it, I'm also glad I waited because when i first wanted to do it, the HID kits were $150 and upwards. What I may do is get a pair of the Ultras for my high beams though.
#463 of 465 Unable to find warranty information
Jun 25, 2011 (3:36 pm)
What booklet is it in. Have checked owners manual and owners handbook and can find nothing.
Just noticed a coolant leak. Have 51k on the car. Purchased 8/2007
#464 of 465 Re: Unable to find warranty information [oskidunker1]
Jun 30, 2011 (2:55 pm)
They found the leak and did the following which would have cost $1000.00 without the Warranty covering it! 51k on the car.
Leak coming from under oil filter body housing. also leak coming from water pump housing and oil filter body.. gasket intake man gaskets o rings etc.
Ralph at Camissa motors in Burlingame was excellent as always.
#465 of 465 Re: Unable to find warranty information [oskidunker1]
Jul 01, 2011 (4:46 am)
That's a ot of leaks.....Any cause or reason or just failed parts??