ASM HID Xenon Fog Light 43K White

Lifespan of 3 to 5 years!

HID stands for High Intensity Discharge. It signifies the lighting technology that depends on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas encapsulated in a sealed bulb. One of the many advantages of HID lighting is that it does not contain a filament. Instead it generates light by igniting an arc between two electrodes.Halogen bulbs do contain a filament and have an average life of about a year. HID bulbs are capsules filled with gas with an average lifespan of about 3 to 5 years! HID lights use around 35 watts whereas the Halogen lights use about 55 so the HID lights will take less power from your truck.

Get the same lighting used in sports arenas!

HID lights name originated from the penetrating white light given off by electrical discharge. They are also called xenon lamps and that refers to the gas encased in the lamp. HID lighting is used in many stadiums so you get the idea when we say this lighting is intense!

Features of the 43K HID light system:

  • Installation simply requires connection of the wiring harness to the stock headlight to the bulb’s harness and then connecting the wiring harness from the bulb to the HID ballast.
  • This lighting technology is used in nearly all of the high-end and luxury vehicles.
  • Detailed instructions with full illustrations are included.
  • ASM Lighting ballasts are shock-proof and waterproof.

Give us a call at 714-848-2170 M-F from 8-5 PST – We will answer your questions regarding the ASM HID Xenon Fog Light 43K White. Ask about Free Shipping!

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