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You will have to rip out the ballast or disconnect it. I'm not sure what kind of connector is being used before the ballast, it might not worth the trouble though.

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The problem started when I installed the Eibach's springs. The ratio of lighting decreased.
 

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Sound like you have the Bi-Xenon headlight. So to go LED, it would not be plug and play.

I am thinking that since the car is lowered the headlights do not reach as far. The Bi-Xenon headlights are self leveling and I do not know if there are any adjustments that can be made.

I have heard that the Osram XENARC Night Breaker are the brightest d4s bulbs, but I have not tried it.
 

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Do a search for "uneven headlights" I posted pics on how to adjust the headlights. The are aimed too low from the factory so I aimed them higher. After I lowered my car I had to aim them up some more again.

But to go with LED the beam might be affected if the light focal point is different.
 

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Sound like you have the Bi-Xenon headlight. So to go LED, it would not be plug and play.

I am thinking that since the car is lowered the headlights do not reach as far. The Bi-Xenon headlights are self leveling and I do not know if there are any adjustments that can be made.

I have heard that the Osram XENARC Night Breaker are the brightest d4s bulbs, but I have not tried it.
Not all bi-xenon models are auto leveling, mine doesn't have the als in it.

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