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Old 11-18-2006, 06:21 PM
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Default taking out headlight assembly 2006 honda civic

Hey guys what's up I'm new to this. So please bear with me. I have recently purchased a 2006 Honda Civic four-door coupe, and I want to change the headlights.
This is the headlight assembly that I'm going to buy (06 07 HONDA CIVIC LED DUAL HALO BLK PROJECTOR HEADLIGHT) and here is the website that you can see them at http://www.http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaym...0867298&rd=1,1
my question is, I have been searching all over to find out how to take out the existing assembly. But I have not found anywhere that can get this information is there anybody out there who has either pictures or video they can show me how to take out my housing without disturbing the aim of the light beam. I would greatly greatly appreciated.
If anybody has installed this into their car for the 2006 Honda Civic Coupe, could you please let me know where you connect the white and black wires to this is supposed to be a plug-and-play assembly, but there are still wires hanging out and I really don't feel like slicing into a $22,000 cars wire harness at least not now. Thank you


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Old 11-18-2006, 06:52 PM
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Default RE: taking out headlight assembly 2006 honda civic

Yeah I think there is a DIY on how to take out your headlights... I have halo projectors in my 04 civic and it only took the installer about 40 minutes to do it all... remove the bumper and the nuts holding the headlights... there is a guy on here, I cannot remember his screenname, that knows how to turn the halos on and off by switch, I am waiting for him to explain.... they will bolt right in where the stock ones were so the bulbs will aim straight... As for the choice of headlight, I really really want to say that you're going to waste your money on ebay headlights... I bought my first pair off ebay and the halos didnt match and eventually (after less than a year) a halo went out.

Dont try to save money on something as important as headlights... and also you need to consider an HID bulb kit to really get the light on the road! You might have to wait until a quality company like procivic.com or anzousa.com sells EAGLEEYE brand or AngelEye...
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Old 11-19-2006, 08:01 AM
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Hey thanks for the responce. Im not getting the lights on ebay im getting them from a respectible company on the net im going to pay $289.00 for them. What is DIY im new here. I would rather have them go on without haveing to hit a switch. If i have to hook a switch to them i rather not have them although i really like the halos i do not want to make any modifications i just want to plug and play. im not sure if you know about my car but i have day lights that go on when i start the car and they stay on untill i switch to head lights and then they only act as high beams. i thought everything was already wired just to plug and play. i guess im just going to buy HID lights then. what are your suggestions? here is a pic of my car

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