I bought a complete HID Bi-Xenon H4 Hi-Lo Conversion Kit on Ebay.
The kit contains:
• 2 HID Ballast unit
• 2 HID Bi-Xenon H4 Hi-Lo 8.000K light bulbs
• 1 wiring loom with Hi-Lo relay, fuses and H4 connector
The wiring loom connects the 2 HID ballast units and the Bi-Xenon light bulbs to the cars system.
The H4 connector in the wiring loom is used to connect the wiring loom to the H4 connector of the cars system.
On the first picture below you can see the whole set together.
You have to look for a good place for the HID ballast units and mount them tight.
After that you lay out the wiring loom, tighten it and connect it with the HID ballast units.
In my case there was to less room to put the Bi-Xenon light bulbs in.
So I I had to remove the front bumper to get full acces to the light units.
After the bumper was removed I took out the light units and I mounted the Bi-Xenon bulbs.
I only had to make a very small modification to the clip that holds the bulb.
The complete conversion kit: wiring loom, HID ballast units, HID Bi-Xenon bulbs
The left HID ballast and some of the wiring
The left Bi-Xenon light bulb mounted in the H4 socket
The left Bi-Xenon light bulb and the rubber seal mounted
The right HID ballast and some of the wiring
The Hi-Lo relay and some of the wiring and fuses
The H4 connector to wire the HID Bi-Xenon to the cars system
Light unit with the Bi-Xenon bulb
After the installation of the HID Bi-Xenon conversion kit I had some noise problems on the radio signals of my radio.
So I searched the internet for information about this problem and I found out that a ferrite clamp could solve this problem.
To test the ferrite clamps I used two ferrite clamps of an "old" USB cable I never use.
I fitted the ferrite clamps on the positive and negative wire that "feed" the HID ballast units.
The ferrite clamps are fitted as close as possible to the HID ballast units, see the pictures below.
The grey blocks (with TDK text on it) near the HID ballast units are the ferrite clamps.
After fitting the ferrite clamps, I switched on the Bi-Xenon lights and I didn't have any noise on the radio signal anymore.
I have been driving my car with the Bi-Xenon lights on and there is really no noice on the radio signal at all.
So the problem is solved and I'm very happy with this very simple modification.
Aftermarket Xenon mag in auto's die een kenteken hebben van vůůr 1/1/2007.