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Old 03-17-2017, 10:30 AM
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Rebel Chief - Thanks for the info - Did you buy a 2016 or 2017? My issue is that it seems NO ONE makes anything compatible for the 2017 Rebel yet. Can you provide a link to the HIDs you put in your Rebel? Thanks.
Mine's a 2017.
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Mine's a 2017.
Awesome - so you have an HID kit? No issues? Looks clean?
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Bought a HID kit from Diode Dynamics. It's is easy to install, and doesn't require all of these extra wires to run to the battery, etc. super clean install and well worth it.
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LED Headlights in Kensun with a superdiscount! To find out more follow the link - > kensunhid.com/promo_page/
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LED Headlight Kits in Kensun! To find out more follow the link - > kensunhid.com
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I've been reading a few posts on here regarding changing the headlights. I'm not disappointed in the performance of the stock ones, I simply dont like that the color is different that that of the fog lights. I'll admit that I'm a noob when it comes to this area and any help is appreciated. Can you simply change the bulb? Do you need a ballast? Please educate me. Thanks!

PS - Links to products are absolutely welcome!
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I've been reading a few posts on here regarding changing the headlights. I'm not disappointed in the performance of the stock ones, I simply dont like that the color is different that that of the fog lights. I'll admit that I'm a noob when it comes to this area and any help is appreciated. Can you simply change the bulb? Do you need a ballast? Please educate me. Thanks!

PS - Links to products are absolutely welcome!
I agree and that's why I put a HID kit in my Rebel. If you get HID, then you will need a ballast which is part of the HID kit when you buy it. If you have a 2015 or newer Rebel, then you will also need an anti-flicker module. See the link below and pick your poison!

https://www.diodedynamics.com/store/.../ram-1500.html
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There are alternatives to include present day HID headlights and give your auto an unmistakable look that demonstrates your actual thankfulness for extraordinary cars. After the HID front light fever hit with present day autos that utilization H4 style globules some creative items have hit the market to enable exemplary auto enthusiasts to participate on the good times. We'll even give you a few connects to discover where to get the parts from a confided in source.

For great autos that utilized a fixed shaft front lamp you were essentially stayed with a standard halogen fog light globule. Luckily that is not true anymore. Available now are connector globule lodgings that are intended to hold H4 style knobs. This implies you would now be able to coordinate HID headlights into your lighting framework using a HID change unit and a front lamp lodging adapter.Classic Mustang

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These HID change units will incorporate every one of the things that you require to influence utilization of H4 to style fog light globules, stabilizer and ignitors. One section that may get to some degree untidy is changing over your old fog light connector into a H4 connector. Most car parts stores convey the connector that is expected to complete off your associations. Simply get an arrangement of these connectors and afterward join the connectors into the current wiring bridle. Make certain to take the additional time precisely strip the first wiring, being certain to leave as a great part of the current wiring in place as to ensure that you leave enough slack to make your association generally tough. I additionally recommend that you uncover the old patching iron and rosin center bind for a decent strong association. The exact opposite thing you need to do is hit a pothole and locate that one of those gooey crease connectors has come free and abandon you flying visually impaired in light of the fact that your headlights have gone out because of a defective electrical association.
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Always install difficult. Recommend ask install in shops the master, it's not very expensive I think.
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