High-intensity discharge (HID) headlights use high-voltage current to produce stronger light than halogen headlights. The ballast controls the headlights' intensity.
A frontal collision can render HID headlight ballasts inoperable. Ballasts can also overheat, suffer moisture intrusion or burn out from repeated duty cycles. Nonworking headlights reduce visibility and create safety concerns for drivers and motorists.
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Standard® HID Modules feature OE-match internal circuitry with heavy-duty casings surrounding the electronics for durability. DOT-certified to comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, our HID Headlight Ballasts are a direct replacement. They match the original equipment for fit, form and function. The plug-and-play design means there's no need for reprogramming.