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2013 OEM HID into 10-13 Non-HID Harness

Discussion in 'Interior and Exterior' started by tuxedoblack11, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. RAEID

    RAEID New Member Established Member

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    Any news?
     
  2. jtolan23

    jtolan23 New Member Established Member

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    No nothing yet. Have been busy lately, but nothing in my email yet
     
  3. RAEID

    RAEID New Member Established Member

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    I found someone to install the 2013 headlight on my 2010
    he said just buy the headlights with the module and the bulb
    and buy the 16 pin adapter and the signal light adapter and I will make your dream true
    I found the adapters in Ebay

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=WPT-1279&_trksid=m194&ssPageName=STRK:MEFSRCHX:SRCH

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=WPT-1175&_trksid=m194&ssPageName=STRK:MEFSRCHX:SRCH

    this guy living in Saudi Arabia not USA
     
  4. nosscort

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    Just a FYI , First the car has to be a factory hid car for the 16pin connector to work.. also the turn signal adapters or new harness are different from 10-12 and the 13-14. Make sure your not buying the wrong stuff for someone to not get it right..
     
  5. scott_0

    scott_0 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    most likely trading my car in today or tomorrow, so I'll have my complete conversion for sale, I will include the harness and the led switch backs, I want to keep the setup complete, I will not break it up
     
  6. jtolan23

    jtolan23 New Member Established Member

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    Please PM!
     
  7. RAEID

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    don't worry this guy know what he is doing
    one of my friends already swap his halogen headlight to the 2013 headlight with the same person
    i called this person and he said he will do it for me and the price for his work is $130 only
     
  8. RAEID

    RAEID New Member Established Member

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    the job is easier than what we think
    cut cable and attach it to the correct cable to let the headlight work
    the retro fetter always know what is he doing
     
  9. scott_0

    scott_0 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    what are you talking about man? this swap with the harness is plug and play, there should be no cutting.......
     
  10. RAEID

    RAEID New Member Established Member

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    my friend
    tuxedo brought 10-12 adapters and 13-14 adapters "male and female adapter" and attach each adapters with cable
    the job need brain and a lot of testing to know every pin in the 16 pin adapter is working for what
    and you are buying it from tuxed ready to use "plug and play"
    if it is plug and play why he taking long time to ship the items after you ordering it?
    because he will bring the 16pin and the cables and the 10-12 adapters etc..

    but my friend is doing it in front of you in less than 3 hours
     
  11. RAEID

    RAEID New Member Established Member

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    my friend
    tuxedo brought 10-12 adapters and 13-14 adapters "male and female adapter" and attach each adapters with cable
    the job need brain and a lot of testing to know every pin in the 16 pin adapter is working for what
    and you are buying it from tuxed ready to use "plug and play"
    if it is plug and play why he taking long time to ship the items after you ordering it?
    because he will bring the 16pin and the cables and the 10-12 adapters etc..

    but my friend is doing it in front of you in less than 3 hours
     
  12. 92fiveohfox

    92fiveohfox Active Member Established Member

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    This is right. I'm pretty sure I could put together these harnesses in a couple hours. Tuxedos product takes all the research and work/guessing out of it and is a nice product.
     
  13. dc2r

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    just bumping this up. i just lost another sale for my 2011 hid's because of the inability to get the harnesses to do the retrofit, so if there is another source out there that is good and dependable i need to know...
     
  14. GTstyles2

    GTstyles2 New Member Established Member

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    I really wish I studied mine before installing, basically u need to adapt the 4pin to the 16pin (for oem HID versions). But I don't think anybody messes with these conversions ImageUploadedByTapatalk1439834571.024816.jpg
     
  15. jtolan23

    jtolan23 New Member Established Member

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    I'm creeping up on month two of the waiting process. Basically at this point I'm just praying I get at least a response from the guy. If anyone is selling one of his harnesses that I can buy off of them (for 2011 halogen to 2013 HID) with the turn signal harness, I would be more than happy to purchase them.
     
  16. 92fiveohfox

    92fiveohfox Active Member Established Member

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    If he officially stops making these, I may see what I can throw together but I don't want to step on any toes.
     
  17. jtolan23

    jtolan23 New Member Established Member

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    I'd like to find some other means of doing this conversion so please keep me posted if you decide to! I'm hoping he didn't decide to stop making them
     
  18. GTstyles2

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    The turn signal harness is super duper easy to make on your own. All u need is a 7440 female socket, and a male 3157 socket to covert. The wire I cut, u don't need it, it's the parking light, all u need is the signal to work ImageUploadedByTapatalk1439946266.038963.jpg
     

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  20. jtolan23

    jtolan23 New Member Established Member

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    Awesome! What'd you guys do for the headlight harness? That one isn't as simple I'm assuming
     

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