Parts for Audi Buy Audi HID Xenon Bulbs for your Audi. Your Audi can really be improved with aftermarket or custom HID Xenon Bulbs. | | | | |
Aftermarket HID Lights for Audi such as HID kits are designed with the consumer in mind. They are designed in a way to assist the human eye in night time visibility. The Xenon bulb that is used in xenon Kit illuminate the night in a way to mimic the light of the sun, which is easier on the human eye. The xenon bulb also covers almost 70% of the road when night driving, with its longer and wider range. For Audi xenon Kit are the best upgrade on the market when it comes to night lighting. If you are not satisfied with the amount of light emitting from your headlights, and if sometimes it seems like you have to double check your light switch because your not sure if your light is on then its time for you to purchase one of these Kit. For Audi HID Kit are found on the market easily these days you can choose from different bulb sizing to fit your headlights, low beam or high beam, and also your fog lights. There are also many different color temperatures, which allow you to choose anything from a yellow color all the way up to a violet.
If you have a problem with your Audi HID lights and you have tested power to the headlight igniter (also called an HID ballast), the problem could be either the bulb or the igniter/ballast. The parts from Audi cost a fortune. But Standard Motor parts now sells aftermarket ballasts. A ballast puts out very high voltage, so don’t try testing the old unit unless you know exactly what you’re doing.
Noted for projector headlamp assemblies
before projectors became the standard,
Audi headlamps used D2S HID bulbs as far
back as 1999. Audi uses 4300 daylight
white bulbs for their older vehicles with HID
Headlights but, newer vehicles are now
using 5000K (white) bulbs. Our 5000K, or
6000K D2S bulbs are ideal for replaceing
burned out early model Audi HID headlight
|Audi HID Bulbs - Replacement Guide
(Xenon-Plasma HID headlight bulbs for Audi Vehicles)