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2002 - 2004 Audi A6 DIY Fog Light HID Conversion For Only $63.01
Justin Erickson
November 1, 2016 - 3:21 pm
Member Since: November 29, 2014
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2002 - 2004 Audi A6 DIY Fog Light HID Conversion For Only $63.01

Tools Needed: 

Philips screw driver

Wire sritpper pliers

Wire connectors

Electrical tap

Zip tires

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Reason Im doing this is my fog lights were very worn and one broke from an accident I was in. One burnt out as well. Had leds in and I never really liked them. I saw this kit and thought I would try them as I waited for the new housings to come. They are  cheap, I figured why not. If I liked them I would put them in the new housings when they came in.

Well I liked them lol. They work surprisingly well. I haven't had a problem for 3 weeks now and they help so much with seeing at night.


2002 Audi A6

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New to old.

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Thats not going to work.

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You dont need to take them apart like this. I was just showing how worn it is.

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The kit comes with other adaptors. This is all you will need.

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Unclip the 3 areas holding the back to the new fog lights and pull up 1 inch. The wires are still connected to the stock bulbs. Unplug it from the bulb. Unclip the holder for the bulb itself. Take the bulb out and save it I guess. 

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Since i'm cutting the plug off the stock harness, I'm cutting the original plug inside the housing, You don't need to, it does fit. I wanted to. 

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You need to cut the wires from the Hid bulb connectors. 

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Now you will fish the wires through the breather hole trough the inside of the backing for the housing. There is a rubber piece on it for ventalation so water doesn't get in. Take that rubber piece off and put both wires from the hid bulb through that hole.

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The kit comes with a rubber peice that covers the breather hole. 

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It fits pretty well. The rubber piece has 4 holes for 4 wires. The 2 not being used is for ventilation now. I dont think water will be an issue.

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Reconnect the plugs you cut off. As you can see I just crimped them together then tap.

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This is what I did for a temporary connection as I waited for the new housings to come in. If you really don't want to cut the plug this works. There are other ways too.

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Time to cut the plug. Brown is black (-) and white with green is red (+).

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Strip the ends like so. 

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Then I crimped them as well.

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Tape! Tapes a good idea.

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Test fire.

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Zips ties to hold the ballast in place. 

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I used the rubber hose for the sprayer as a holding place. Fits nice with it and the clip for the hose is right next to it.

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Do everything above to both side and this is what it looks like.

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They were bright with the old housings. Im guessing they will be even brighter with the new ones. I never had a car flash their lights at me for them being to bright. Remember to adjust all 4 lights and you should be fine. 

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