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Oracle Halo Kit

$169.95
For each

Part#: OH0205FOEX


  Oracle Halo Kit
 






PRODUCT DETAILS


Fits On:

2002-2005 Ford Explorer


Description:
Oracle Halo kits are one of the most head turning mods you can do for the money! These Halos install into your factory headlight housings and the kit includes EVERYTHING that you need to install. You can also custom paint the headlight housings while you are installing this kit. Tested tough, Oracle halos are able to function properly after substantial impacts. Each kit comes with written instructions as well as a video and manufacturer online and phone tech support. Oracle also offers both SMD and CCFL halo kits

•SMD Kit Features
• Circuit board material
• 100000 hours of life
• Intense Light
• Bright output

•CCFL Features:
• Glass Material
• 50,000 hours of life
• Ambient Light
• Smooth Output

Halo FAQ:
• Q: Will opening the headlights cause damage?
• A: No, claims that you will melt the headlights is incorrect. The temperature is hardly warmer than the heat the light experiences from the engine bay
• Q: Will this 'break the seal' of the head light?
• A: The modern headlight is not sealed like classic automobiles. There are several vents in the light.
• Q: Will the headlight condensate after install?
• A: While headlights are made to condensate to a degree, this will not cause any additional condensation as long as you follow the instructions
• Q: Can i instill these products at my own shop?
• A: This product can be installed by any auto tech. Body and car audio shops posess the tools and skill needed and have excellent profit potential
• NOTE: All halo kits come with a Manufacturer's lifetime guarantee/warranty.
FAQs
Q: What exactly do the headlights come with?
A: All the headlights we sell are complete assemblies that come with the entire housing. Unless otherwise noted, they do not come with bulbs and wiring. You would use your factory bulbs and wiring. When you receive them in the mail from us, you take them out of the box, bolt them up, pop in your factory harness and bulb, and you can immediately turn on the new headlights. Headlights are certainly plug and play products.

Q: How do you install headlights?
A: Headlights are manufactured to exact OEM specifications for easy installation, so you simply remove your factory headlights and bolt in your new projectors. Basic hand tools are required and installation can be completed in a matter of minutes.

Q: If I buy headlights from Andy's Auto Sport, can I safely install an HID kit in them?
A: In general, it's perfectly safe to use HID lighting kits in pretty much any headlight housing so long as you use standard 35-watt HIDs. Most HID lights actually produce less heat than standard halogen lights, although the higher-wattage 55-watt HID kits do produce a bit more heat than the 35-watt versions. For that reason, we recommend sticking with 35-watt HID kits in aftermarket housings (and especially fog light housings) to stay on the safe side. All HID kits Andy's sells are 35-watt versions unless otherwise noted. Most instances of melted light housings that we have come across were due to improper seating of the bulb, so make sure that your bulbs are properly installed and sit flush with the mounting base on the housing.

Q: Are headlights sold in pairs?
A: All headlights shown on our site are sold in pairs unless otherwise noted on our site.

Q: Why buy headlights?
A: We sell a variety of headlights, including factory replacement headlights and projector headlights. Projector headlights can really enhance the appearance of your car and help improve driving visibility at night. Your car will have a sleek, custom look to it at night as people see you projectors in their rear view mirrors. During the day, they also give your car a custom look since most projectors have a translucent lens as opposed to the opaque lens that most factory headlights have. The projector light itself also emits a brighter, more vibrant light than your factory headlights, so driving visibility at night will be improved.

Q: What are the different types of aftermarket headlights, and how do they differ?
A: Different housings are available, including black, chrome, and others. Also, some custom headlights are equipped with "angel-eyes" technology (also known as "halos"), where there are 'light rings' in the headlight that give a truly custom look to your car. One really recent trend by custom headlight manufacturers is to include LED lights along the perimeter of the headlight unit, which is a really slick cutting edge feature that's like putting on a light show in your headlight unit!

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