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plug n play hid lights?

hey guys,

i was wondering if anyone has installed any plug n play hid lights. my firend at work said they are easy to install and are much cheaper and actually work better than spending the extra $$ on re-wiring.

any info is helpful... thanks
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check out Advanced Automotive Concepts...they have an HID kit thats pretty plug an play...they are a supporting vendor.....
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What does he mean by plug and play?? From what I've read about HIDs on our cars, if you don't wire in a direct power line to the battery and a relay then you will get flickering problems.
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he told me you take the existing headlight harness and plug it in the coverter box that comes with the kit, and then there is another wire harness that comes off that box that plugs directly into the headlight housing with the HID bulb already in it.

i have no idea. i just go the car 2 weeks ago and i wanted to see if anyone else may have used this...
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check out Advanced Automotive Concepts...they have an HID kit thats pretty plug an play...they are a supporting vendor.....
thanks ill def check it out!!
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HIDgates hids are plug n play, no relay harness needed. no flickering yet and its been a month
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^^^^^ X2 takes 20 min to install. Truly plug and play
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Plug and play devices are really good. They are easy to use and you don't have to be techy for that.
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