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There are 2 screws on the back of the housing. One is for up and down the other is for side to side. Get a friend who has projectors to pull up to a wall or garage door to see where they should hit. Make yours match. Do them one at a time by putting a cloth over one. Be careful adjusting side to side too far will make the light turn off. Just back it off and it will come right back on. Swap out the bulbs with PIAA night tech bulbs. DO NOT PUT HID BULBS in these lights! Even if you get a conversion kit. The housing just can't take the heat.
Ignore all the "rice" talk. They are the best looking cheapest alternative to stock I have ever seen. And I've been looking for 10 years.
Ever since a crappy body shop cleaned off over spray on my lenses with turpentine thinking they were glass. Then they claimed It was like that when it came in. Yea,right. The car was a month old and had 1200 miles on it. So I've been polishing them for 10 years every 6 months looking for an acceptable replacement.
Stock replacement was around 7 to 9 hundred bucks. JDM lights were 1200 to 1400. no way I could afford that. I wanted projector I was tired of polishing my lights every 6 mo. So I got the spec-D lights. What can I say? Everything brfatal said is true if not rude and uncalled for.
You get what you pay for. But they work, they look great and the price is right. Some of us don't have a money tree growing out of our butt and don't have a choice.
If your worried about the "rice" factor just don't plug in the halo and the LEDs. Or wire them to come on when the daytime running lights are supposed to come on.
I gotta admit I have no idea. What does a ballast do? I really don't know much about HIDs except they blind other cars, they run hot and they burn out fast if used as DRLs
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