Last post on May 18, 2010 at 4:19 PM
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Hyundai Azera, Lights, Sedan
#338 of 357 06 azera high beams
Mar 24, 2009 (1:40 pm)
has anyone figured out how to adjust high beams? if the low beams
are adjusted does this affect the high beams?
#339 of 357 Re: 06 azera high beams [boblaw]
Mar 24, 2009 (1:44 pm)
If you adjust the low beams...the high beams adjust with it as each adjustment affects the entire headlight housing.
#340 of 357 Re: Phillips Nightguide [allmet33]
Mar 24, 2009 (7:09 pm)
It does seem to be a good idea to have an extra bulb or two in the car. It seems the haolgen bulbs don't last as long as sealed beams but it's a lot easier to carry a spare.
#341 of 357 H.I.D. Kits for H-11B
Apr 01, 2009 (3:33 am)
I have a 2009 Hyundai Azera Limited. We all know that the standard halogen bulbs are lousy for night driving, especially out here in rural Ely, NV. There are NO aftermarket bulbs for the H-11B low beam. I found an H.I.D. conversion kit made specifically for the H-11B light bulb. It only costs $120.00 and is available at www.hidguy.net. I am going to order the 6000K kit because it gives the appearance of BMW, Mercedes and Audi like H.I.D.'s. When you view the kit online it describes how the kit fits H-11Bs' without any modifications. As soon as mine arrives and I install it I will post another message and let you know how easy the kit was to install and if I am happy with the look and performance of it.
#342 of 357 Re: H.I.D. Kits for H-11B [joew6969]
Apr 01, 2009 (8:24 am)
If possible, can you take as many pictures as possible of the process? It would be of great help to those of us who are more visual learners
Apr 05, 2010 (12:25 pm)
I'm always looking for a way to make my Azera look unique, but still keep it classy. I think I have succeeded. I underlined my headlights with some LED strips. In the pics...I don't have the headlights on as I still need to upgrade the bulbs to a hyper-white bulb so it all blends together. I'm also going to switch my fog lights back from the euro yellow to hyper-white as well. Let me know what you think...
#344 of 357 Re: New Look!!! [allmet33]
Apr 06, 2010 (5:07 am)
looks good Are the led strips inside the light cover??? Where did you get the strips??Are they wired separately for independent operation???
#345 of 357 Re: New Look!!! 
Apr 06, 2010 (6:30 am)
Thanks man...it took some playing around before I figured out how I wanted it. The strips I picked up from Auto Zone (24" LED light kit with adhesive back). They are wired to come on when the car is running, sorta my answer to daytime running lights as the Azera isn't equipped and I don't like burning my regular headlights since it greatly shortens bulb life. I wired them with the negative running to the battery's negative terminal, and the positive lead is running through my firewall to my fuse box for the cut on.
Apr 07, 2010 (5:39 am)
thanks...did you mount them on the outside of the headlight housing or did you "bake" the housing and take it apart???
#347 of 357 Re: led's 
Apr 07, 2010 (7:06 am)
101649...the LED strips are actually mounted to a small lip on the bumper underneath the front edge of the headlight housing. I didn't feel like baking the headlights and pulling them apart because if you don't put them back together right way, you're asking for condensation build-up in them.
I did, however, remove the headlight housings, cleaned that lip area really good for best adhesion and applied the strips end to end so it looks like one continuous strip. Then I ran the wires for the ones on the passenger side to the ones on the driver's side (I had to splice wire in between using butt connectors). I then ran the wire through the firewall (piggy-backing on my amp power wire) to the fuse box and I'm using a 10 amp source that is only on when the car is running. The negative lead is connected directly to the battery negative terminal.