: have you guys used the phillips D12S or sylvana's hid.



evois
07-05-12, 06:58 PM
I just bought the $200+ AC delco HID bulb because one of my headlight bulb went out. On install the oem AC/ delco is whiter than my other headlight which has a bluish hue? upon searching it shows that there are other hid bulbs sold in pairs and cheaper than the oem route?

K9Caddy
07-05-12, 07:04 PM
The older they get, the "bluer" they seem to get also...

hcvone
07-09-12, 08:11 AM
Unless new you should replace the pair so they match, as said they change color over their life time

r1concepts
07-10-12, 03:26 PM
I would recommend looking into DDM Tuning for getting HID's.They are cheap at a good price and have lifetime warranty.

AK-CTS
07-10-12, 04:18 PM
I have an 08 and I just noticed my top right bulb is out, so I checked the manual for the correct bulb and it says take it to the dealer? I can change bulbs, why would I do that? I checked NAPAs website and it only lists one bulb which is around $100.00, are all four bulbs the same? Is there any reason the dealer would need to do it?

AK-CTS
07-10-12, 05:02 PM
Escuse the dumb question, but what are all the lights in the headlight? There are 2 on top 2 in the middle and the big ones at the bottom.

hcvone
07-10-12, 05:15 PM
Escuse the dumb question, but what are all the lights in the headlight? There are 2 on top 2 in the middle and the big ones at the bottom.

Daytime running lights, parking lights and high/low beam, 3 lights per side

AK-CTS
07-10-12, 06:00 PM
Thanks. Do you happen to know the bulb numbers for the DRLs and the Parking lights?

hcvone
07-10-12, 06:16 PM
5201 daytime running light
194 parking light