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who all has HID in their yaris in the Uk .... anyone?

also see the likes of the TRD kit are they E marked? meaning road legal in the UK?

it has also been that long since i had a set of std front headlights i forgot what type bulbs they use? is it H4 and H7 ?

does anyone know of any aftermarket kits that are E marked and road legal in the UK? :help:

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who all has HID in their yaris in the Uk  .... anyone?

also see the likes of the TRD kit are they E marked? meaning road legal in the UK?

it has also been that long since i had a set of std front headlights i forgot what type bulbs they use?  is it H4 and H7  ?

does anyone know of any aftermarket kits that are E marked and road legal in the UK? :help:

H4 xenon mate

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sorry im a about as subtle as a brick to the face :lol:

minimal wiring really matey, fit some onto a disco a while back, most tricky thing in the yaris will be mounting the new wiring and the ballast box, the landy was ok as the engine bay is huge so plenty of room

best bet is with the morettes youll need the H7 bulb (i think) or H1 cant remember which one does the driving lamp! and its far cheaper than a usual H4 bulb in the OE lights as they use some fancy slide mechanism or somat

and it should be an relatively easy instal, maybe an extra relay and better connection as the load may be too much for the std wiring

only thing i can think of is the funny wiring on the morettes as you probablly well know about :lol: but should be straight forward

just gimme a shout if ya stuck :yes:

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