how much of job to install Xenon light?

Since Accord does not have Xenon light option and my wife insists on putting "brighter" headlight...don't ask me why. I learned from 20 years of
experiences--just do it!
Is there easy installation kit designed for Accord? Who makes it?
Thanks
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It seems that you need to stand up to your wife and put her in her place (or on the street if she won't obey you properly <g>).
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Brian Smith wrote:

    So she can be the jerk that shines BRIGHT HEADLIGHTS in my eyes. bob
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How about those idiot lowrider pickup trucks that drag the rear end close to the ground? I do not believe their headlights re-aim themselves when they alter the height of the back end.I don't know how they can be allowed on the roads;they certainly would not pass any inspection.
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wrote:

I don't know about the accord, but I do remmeber reading aout changing the xenon bulbs in a golf costs about $500 at a dealer. They ahve to drop the front bumper and everything. thats jsut to replace a blown bulb. Of course, that was 03ish

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Try the question on rec.autos.tech - Daniel Stern is a regular there, and whether or not one agrees with his strongly held opinions about a lot of matters, he is a lighting pro (see also http://www.danielsternlighting.com/faq/FAQ.html ) and will give you the straight scoop.
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Oops - Daniel's FAQ is temporarily down. Check out http://www.danielsternlighting.com/tech/bulbs/Hid/conversions/conversions.html to get the rundown.
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keep in mind that if you just buy a kit to put in the bulbs, instead of doing a retro fit there will be lots of glare, and it is also completely illegal, so hopefully you will get a ticket before bliding too many people

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harry wrote:

Here in BC, aftermarket lighting fixtures must be of an approved type or they're illegal, and HIDs are completely illegal unless they came on the car from the factory. In these parts, if a car with improper lighting is stopped by the police, it can be pulled from the road and written up for inspection, cannot be put back on the road until it's passed inspection, and it won't pass until the lighting meets with the regulations... meaning it's basically off the road until the lighting is restored to the factory or approved fixtures. That's a lotta money and effort to get you back to where you started.
The moral of the story: check with your local authorities before making any major lighting upgrades/changes, lest ye waste thy time.
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