Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum - 2010+ Discussion, HID conversion questions. 2011 Luxury in Cadillac SRX Forums; Originally Posted by bwclemons
The ballast and everything else will slide into the housings, so you don't have to put ...
The ballast and everything else will slide into the housings, so you don't have to put any holes into the housing if you don't want to. At first I thought they would slide around but once they move into a position and get jamed in they don't move any more. So far they don't seem to be effected by any heat in the housings.
did you drill holes or end up just placing them in the housing? I means I would be extremely happy if I didnt have to. I contacted kb and they stated the srx example posted was from this forum probably but i wonder whos car it was so maybe they could chime in as well.
I've done it. They can be slipped in via the cover when you install the bulb. The error code eliminator will go in there also. It saves some of the wiring because you connect directly to the connector in the housing. You may need to use a zip tie to make sure the wires aren't touching the metal projector when it's in the housing. It works pretty well. I removed the whole housing from the car though. If you are trying to do it without removing the housing I'm not sure how easily it will all stuff in.
Yes, everything works fine. I would use kbcarstuff.com. Get the standard VOLT Hid system. H10 bulb and
4300k for the color. Also get the can us fix. Do not get a harness. Everything will stuff into the housings and you will not have to cut anything and from the outside no one will know anything is different from the original. I'm not sure if everything will be able to be done without removing the housing because I did remove them for a install. I would try though. You can always remove the intake for the passenger side and the fuse block for the drivers side. I personally would remove the front cover, but that's me.[ Xenon depot also has good systems so you could use them also.