You have purchased a Kensun HID conversion kit. All that’s left to do is install it and start enjoying the great look and improved visibility.

Please read all the warnings before installation to avoid personal injury, or damage to your vehicle or to the HID system.


Remove the existing halogen bulbs from the vehicle (refer to your vehicle's owner's manual for instructions). Some vehicles require more work than others due to their unique bulb housings and may necessitate the headlight housing and bumper to be removed entirely during installation.


Drill a 1 inch hole in the dust cap and use the rubber grommet (supplied with a single beam kit) to seal the hole or replace it with something of the same size to ensure a good closure. 


Install and secure the HID Xenon Bulbs in their place. The bulb should sit where the original bulb was located and the bulb connector should be connected to the bulb. The relay should be connected to the original bulb plug. Seal the headlight housing with the dust cap. 


Assemble the brackets unto the ballasts and mount the ballasts unto a solid and well-ventilated location under the hood near the headlight reflector. Allow the necessary distance for the base connector to reach the bulb. Mount the ballast away from moving components such as the A/C and power steering pump.


Connect all the plugs from the ballast to the bulb as shown in the diagrams. Ensure that you get the polarity correct. HID lights do not work with reversed polarity. Make sure that the plugs are securely placed and firmly intact. If you have a bi-xenon kit, connect the ballasts to the relay harness.


If you have a Bi-Xenon kit, connect the grounds to the car body and the power wire to the positive terminal of the battery. Connect the relay plug to the vehicle's factory headlight socket. You will only use one side of the factory socket. The other side should be left empty. It is easier to use the plug on the side closer to the battery.


Tie all cables in place. You can use zip ties to secure the wiring harness. Make sure no moving or heat- producing object is within close distance to them. Confirm that all components are fastened properly before operation.


Test your lights to make sure they are working properly. Keep them on for 10 minutes. This is just a simple burn-in procedure.

Single Beam wiring diagram

single beam wiring diagram
single beam with relay harnest wiring diagram
single beam with relay harnest and resistors wiring diagram

Dual Beam wiring diagram

Low Xenon / High Halogen
dual beam (Low Xenon/High Halogen) wiring diagram
dual beam (Low Xenon/High Halogen) with relay harnest wiring diagram
dual beam (Low Xenon/High Halogen) with relay harnest and resistors wiring diagram
Bi-xenon wiring diagram
Bi-xenon with resistors wiring diagram

Warning Canceller wiring diagram

Single Beam
warning canceller wiring diagram
warning canceller with relay harnest wiring diagram
Reverse Polarity
warning canceller reverse polarity

Enjoy your new Kensun HID lights.

Wear gloves and avoid touching the glass on the headlight bulb. Touching the bulbs with your bare fingers may cause premature failure of the bulb. Oils in your skin or dirt build-up that occurs in your engine bay can cause hot spots on the glass envelope that will result in considerably shortening its life to only a few seconds or to a much shorter lifespan than if you had not touched the bulbs, and may even cause the bulb to burst. If the bulbs are dirty, use rubbing alcohol to clean the bulbs; do not immerse it in any liquid.
Remove all packaging. The bulbs come well packed to avoid breakage during shipping and all packaging materials should be removed. Some bulbs have a plastic "o ring" to hold the bulb in its protective cover which also needs to be removed. If you try to get the bulbs in and the do not fit, check to see if you left any of these protective materials on the bulb.
If you need any assistance or have any questions, you can contact or customer service team here or call us at 855-536-7862 and we will be happy to assist you.