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The HIDs will not change the beam pattern. However it will be a much brighter and whiter light which is much easier for the eye to see than a yellow halogen. The closer you stay to 5000K (natural dayl

I ordered the same kit in 6k will be a week before I'm home to see how install goes.

im curious why you need the harness? the original reason HID kits needed the harnesses was to make them run full 12v off the battery when the vehicles DRL were designed to only have a output of 6v fo

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I ordered it today. I will update once I receive and install. I used their retroquik kit on my Subaru Outback, and the kit was great. That was much more extensive though as it came with new projectors and brackets to replace the OEM.

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If you look at the HID section you will see several people ave this kit and have pics. Nothing else to buy with the kit, comes complete. Looks great. I have the 5k. 6k light has a blue tint.


If you use the promo code "ToyotaNation" you get an addition $25.50 off

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Will the high beams still work with this kit?



yea, the high beam is really just a shutter than flips down to release the full beam of the light. Its not a separate bulb like on some other vehicles.


I'm in for output pics. Interested to see how these work. I wonder if these are designed to work with the reflection rates on the OEM projectors to eliminate hot spots

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