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After driving 25000 km with just xenon I decided to do the same like someone else did on the jukeforum.com

I bought these babies:
http://www.theretrofitsource.com/product_info.php?products_id=221


from left to right:
projector, washer,lockring, H1 holder, xenonlamp

how to remove the bumper:
<a href="http://www.jukeownersclub.co.uk/forum/topic2876_post41238.html#41238" target="_blank">http://www.jukeownersclub.co.uk/forum/topic2876_post41238.html#41238</a>

Just start with having everything off


Remove everything from the backside, rubbers, metal screw, holder of the H4 lamp



Pre heated oven 100 degress 10 minutes


Use 2 flat screwdrivers, one the get between the housing and the front lenscover and the other to get it between the clips



The mount the prjector, make sure you clean everything with a microfibre cloth, fingerprints, dust etc etc
This is the H4 lockring, wich you have to cut a lil bit for the wiring for the light



Here you see the diffrence, used a file the make it not round, but flat




Then the lock ring on the back side, make it tide




The back the oven in, 5 minutes just to make sure the kit that is used is soft again
After 5 minutes out of the oven en press back the cover




Then I made a thing to fill the whole in the OEM rubber housing, to make it water tight

And then here you see the wiring for the light (wich can make the projector switch beteen normal beam and high beam)




Put the lamps back and voila




Edited by: nissanjukebox
 

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before I forget, for the xenon haters(without the projectors)
this is on the light when you take it off:


so yes, there can be fitted xenon with using the same reflectors

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</font>Good guide njb,<?: prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" />

</font>I’m not too clued up on the legalities of xenons / bi
xenons


</font>Are these legal in the UK / do they require headlight
washers etc?

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I believe I read recently that xenon ? bi xenons in the UK must be fitted with headlamp washers. My current car does.
 

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I don't know about the rules in UK.
here in the netherlands car from 2006 and up have to be fitted with washers and automatisch adjustment.

but that is when the check it with the (I think you guys call that MOT), wich is in 4 years after purchase of the car.

I have seen a set washer that can be retro fitted and als so automatic adjustment, but when I get the MOT I just fit halogeen H1 in them.

When I get pulled over, I will take the risk and also the police don;t even now the rules here.
So till then, I love them to have them

just see the light beam how sharp





and the high beam:
 

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Awsome!!!! Great Great Job!!! I just didn't understand the part where you use the oven..
Best Regards
 

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does anyone know where to put the sticky bits on the lights when travelling to france?

Sorry meant to say the headlightreflectors
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GrandaZe said:
Awsome!!!! Great Great Job!!! I just didn't understand the part where you use the oven..
Best Regards
You use the oven to loosen the Glue on the lense (easier to open it up)
Chip
 
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