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Volkswagen Golf 7 bi-xenon LED retrofit

I generally drive my Volkswagen Golf 7 at night, the manufacturing facility bulbs really did not put sufficient light ahead or sideways. I'm a massive fan of dedicated low beam of light projectors so I started with a collection of AOZOOM headlight. In this article, I will be documenting my configuration done on my day-to-day drive Golf 7. Arrangement was doing fine also I was brand-new to this world at that time so I had least to create it down.

My AOZOOM front lights conversion sets consist of Bi-led xenon projector, ballast, D1S 5500K bulbs and some light setting up. I was very easy to open the VALEO real estate and baked them in the oven for regarding half an hour.

Disassemble all the components in the housing: projector, mask, light frame. I was going to install the AOZOOM bi-xenon projector, piercing an opening in the mask to earn the projector fit in the original one. Screw the setting up in its original locations, it would affect the shape of cutoff line.

This is the led strip, mounted to the inside of shroud, cover shadow with plastic wrap to prevent scrape. Before placing the shrouds, I cleaned all the networks. Maintain the old sealer in a round as well as it functions like a sticky eraser to get rid of a lot more from the fronts lights.

Now that all is done, close up the interior. For the light test, The way in the parking lot was being illuminate, I could see things on the sides that I can never ever see before. The last point to do is drive my Golf 7 on roadway and enjoy it.