I have a question. I am a novice who is just starting to do some mods to my 2003 stock Screw. It started with a new Kenwood stereo and since then I have put ona new billet grill, new speakers, fixed my overhead console, and installed new headlights. My list keeps growing and I am having a lot of fun sprucing up the truck.
My problem is with my headlights. I installed a set of Spyder Halo LED headlamp assemblies a couple of weeks ago. While the look of the assemblies is absolutely awesome on my Screw, the light output is significantly worse than my stock headlights. I realize now if I had spent a few more bucks, I would have gotten a better performing set. Too late for regrets.
I have since ordered 2 sets (hi/low) of HID kits from Jon_To in another part of this site. They are 35w 6000k H3 low beam, H1 hi beam. My question is, can anyone recommend a smart way to mod these assemblies, if it can even be done.
This link is to a You Tube video showing how to install the assembly. At the 2:43 mark, pause the video and you can get a good look at the back of the assembly. This is where I would have to make the mod.
Is this something that can be done by a rookie like myself or will I have to take it into a shop. The cheapest price I found at a reputable local shop is $100 for both sets of HIDs, but I have already spent enough money on these lights and I am trying to stop the bleeding. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.