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How to retrofit headlights (Honda Accord 1999-2002 6th gen) DIY with Morimoto Mini H1 HID
This is a detailed DIY video on how to do a retrofit of 6 generation Honda
Accord headlights with HID bi-xenon morimoto h1 projectors. The 6 gen is
1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002.
I used generic set that includes projectors, mini Gatling Gun shrouds,
ballasts, 6000K HID lamps and harness from China and it still works perfect
after 4 months.
Here is a kit for $90 that i used:
Or you can get a kit for $270 here:
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Any questions - I'll be happy to help.
Lifetime LED Headlight Comparison & Install
Order at http://stomperoffroad.com/lifetime-led-headlights.html
This video compares stock Jeep Wrangler headlights to Lifetime LED
headlights. The Lifetime LED headlights are a great improvement over stock
bulbs. Low beams output 2,000 lumens and high beams 2,600 at 22 and 30
watts respectively. High beams aren't noticeably brighter, just wider. The
color temperature is 6000k, or slightly bluer than daylight. My only
concern is water and dust getting into the light's exposed fans.
Installation is simple and takes less than an hour with simple hand tools
and tape. The connectors fit the stock plugs but wouldn't stay fastened. We
had to use tape to secure them together and considered soldering them
The whiter color of the lights makes night time driving much easier thanks
to more accurate color. So far oncoming drivers haven't signaled that the
headlights are too bright. Besides proper fitting connectors, my other
request is longer cables. The cable length limits mounting options and is a
hassle in tight spaces. There is wiggle room in the Jeep but I foresee
tougher installs on vehicles with less space.
Lifetime LED Headlight Review & Halogen Comparison
I this is my Lifetime LED headlight review. The vehicle used is a 2012
Toyota Tacoma. Overall I like these much better than stock. The camera
didn't pick up the LEDs as well as it does the halogens. They are quite a
bit brighter than stock and are much, much whiter.
Easy to install
Expensive ($160 range)
Not a dramatic difference between Hi and Low beams.
Don't get hot so excessive snow may not melt on the lens cover