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XC70 Halogen To Hid Conversion

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XC70 Halogen To Hid Conversion

Post by hilliamonk » Fri Jul 26, 2019 6:56 am

Hello all. I want to convert a 2015 xc70 t5 drive-E model from a stock halogen to a stock HID system. Any suggestions?
I'll purchase the stock HID headlight housings, ballasts, etc.
Will the HID harness plug in to the stock system?
Thanks
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Re: XC70 Halogen To Hid Conversion

Post by MoVolvos » Mon Jul 29, 2019 12:11 am

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It's much easier to run LED's. No housing replacement. cheaper to start with and maintain.


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Re: XC70 Halogen To Hid Conversion

Post by GaryB01 » Fri Aug 23, 2019 7:58 pm

It's worth looking at theretrofitsource.com
I can't help you with conversion as my 2010 XC70 is already HID, but I purchased 2 replacement ballasts and a pair of low beams from them. They have lots of kits, and a good number of informational and instructional videos on YouTube.



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