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Honda Accord HID kit installation - 9006 4300K VOLT HID Digital Kit

HID INSTALLATION NOTE: I have read many posts that some Accord owners don’t believe HID’s should be used within a “reflective headlight housing.” If this is your opinion, please don’t read or comment on the rest of this review. If you don’t have a concern with this, please continue reading about my HID installation in my Gen7 Accord sedan. If you still don’t believe HID’s belong in a “reflective headlight housing,” the supplier I purchased my kit from, does offer a selection of replacement “halo projector headlights” as well.

Hey Accord owners!
I wanted to let you know about a great product that I just installed in my Gen7, 2007 Honda Accord. I previously put a set of XenonDepot Xtreme HID’s in my 2008 Honda Odyssey and was so pleased with the results, I decided to contact the same supplier again to see what other products he might suggest regarding HID for my Accord.

I haven’t seen too many Gen7 Accords modified with HID, so I thought this would be a great write-up to post. At the moment, I don’t plan on doing much mod work with my Accord like I did with my Odyssey, but maybe in time… I’ll change my mind.

The biggest thing I wanted to consider when selecting a HID kit, was choosing one that would increase my light output, while providing additional safety when driving in low light conditions. I contacted Steve at XenonDepot, after having a great experience with him with a prior purchase. He recommended I look at the 9006 4300K VOLT HID Digital Kit. The VOLT kit, is similar to the other 9006 kit I installed in my Honda Odyssey, but doesn’t require the use of a relay harness. The use of a relay is completely optional with this kit and can be added later if desired. There are so many light kits available on the internet, choosing one can be completely overwhelming! Since I had a good experience with Steve at XenonDepot prior, I knew that I would be receiving a top quality product, guaranteed to provide me great customer satisfaction! Steve has always been able to answer any questions I’ve had with complete product knowledge. As usual, the kit arrived quickly and I was ready to get started!

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Since I know many of you may be interested in the install... here are my installation specs step-by-step with some pictures taken along the way.

Installation of the VOLT 9006 - The setup:
The setup is really simple for the "do-it-yourselver," in addition to those who may not be that handy! Straight out of the box... the install directions for my kit were easy to understand. If not, read on and follow these notes for your own setup. Total installation for me was maybe a few hours. Think you can't do this... you can, especially since I have spelled out all my thoughts and installation tips below!


Here are the parts that come in the kit: 1-pair of gloves, 2-HID bulbs, 2-ballasts, 2-pieces of double sided tape, 2-mounting brackets, 2-bags of screw/bolts and several zip-ties... that's it! I also received 2-wire relay harnesses (optional, not required).


The install:
The kit requires each light to use it’s own ballast system. One thing I liked about the kit was the quality! Ever know when you can tell if something is going to be good quality or if it’s going to be cheapo? Is this something that’s going to give me a problem later? Is it going to last? I haven’t had to worry about this with anything I have received from XenonDepot!

The biggest concern I had, was to determine how I was going to access the back of the headlight units under the hood? In the Gen7 Accord, there is very limited space to work with around the engine and headlights. I thought about doing this installation in 2003 with our previous Accord, but changed my mind when I thought the best way to access the headlights, was from inside the front fender wells. I can tell you, this isn’t true and there is an easier way to do this mod! After a little thinking and talking to a few Accord owners… here’s how I did it! Lets get to work!

The best piece of advice I can give is… Do this installation on a cool vehicle that has been sitting for a while! It’s much easier to work on a cool vehicle then a hot one as you'll have your hands near some parts that are typically hot when the vehicle has been running.

The wiring:
The VOLT DIGITAL HID kit doesn’t require the use of a relay harness to provide additional power from your battery, but can be added if desired. Since the draw is a low volt draw, I chose not to install it. I may choose to install it at a later time. Attach the VOLT SLIM BALLAST connector to the HID BULB connector. Attach the 2 single BALLAST plugs to the 2 single BULB plugs. The other connector coming off of the BULB, will either connect directly to your optional WIRING HARNESS or directly into your FACTORY WIRING. Wiring will be identical for both Left and Right headlights.


This whole kit is "plug ‘n play" which gives you the option to remove or install it without any wire modifying. While no HID kit is technically street legal, this one provides a safe alternative for improved visibility and offers one of the best near to OEM HID options for the Honda Accord. I specifically selected the 9006 kit (4300K output), because I believe it’s within the legal limits of HID standards on other factory HID equipped vehicles.


Currently own:
• '08 Honda Odyssey EXL- Silver Pearl
Mods: 18" MDX Sport rims, XD 9006 4300K Xtreme HID Kit, PUTCO LED Dome Kit, Alpine RES2 10.2" DVD
• '07 Honda Accord EXL6- Graphite Pearl
Mods: XD 9006 4300K VOLT HID Kit
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LEFT HEADLIGHT
To access the back of the “Left Passenger Headlight” use your left hand to push the main radiator hose slightly to the right, while sliding your right hand down underneath to access the headlight unit.


First, unclip the bulb connector of the 9006 low beam bulb. Next using a small Phillips screwdriver in your right hand, slightly loosen 2 to 3 of the bulb screws on the back of the bulb. Space is tight, so the smallest Phillips screwdriver you can use, the better.




NOTE: Be sure you have located the correct bulb and are not loosening the 9005 high beam bulb. The bulb sizes are completely different and have different diameters. The bulbs are not interchangeable in the headlight housing. Be sure to also have a good handle on the screwdriver so you don’t drop it accidentally. I managed to do this when installing the right bulb. I was then able to rattle the bottom liner of the front bumper, until I could see the screwdriver and pull it through one of the liner holes.

You don’t need to unscrew the bulb screws completely, just loosen each screw a few turns. You may be able to only loosen 2 of the 3. Once loosened, the factory low beam bulb will then allow you to turn it “counter clockwise” unlocking and releasing it from the headlight unit. Pull the bulb straight out the back of the headlight and remove it carefully from the engine compartment. Wearing the right nitrile glove supplied with the kit, carefully remove the HID bulb from the plastic twist casing. Make sure to not touch the bulb with your bare hands. Carefully guide the bulb down past the radiator hose and into the headlight assembly. Align the 3 seating points of the bulb in the headlight assembly and rotate “clockwise” to lock the new HID bulb into place. Retighten screws.

Due to the installation space being tight, it’s nearly impossible to photograph these steps. I’ve tried to describe them as clearly as possible. The best position to accomplish the installation of the left bulb, is to move your body directly over the left corner of the car at a 90° angle. With your body directly over the corner of the car, view your progress inserting the bulb, by looking directly into the outside glass of the headlight (near the front left fender). Then, move your head over to the right down near the front radiator and engine. I used a small shop adjustable light, to illuminate the areas were I was working. If you attach all your wiring prior to putting the new HID into the headlight unit, all you have remaining is to secure the ballast and wires.

Securing the LEFT HEADLIGHT Wiring:
To secure the wiring, the kit includes: 2-pieces of double sided tape, 2-mounting brackets and several zip-ties. I chose to use zip-ties to secure my wiring. Gather the wires neatly and position the ballast down into the front of the vehicle just to the left of the radiator. Loop the zip-tie through the holes of the ballast casing and around the wiring. Loop the rest of the wires together toward the left headlight and secure them using another zip-tie. Trim off access. Prior to securing the wiring, test to ensure Left HID ignites successfully. If not, check all connectors to be sure they are connected completely.






RIGHT HEADLIGHT
Again, make sure your vehicle is cool! To access the back of the “Right Driver Headlight” I found the best way to do so is to remove the battery. Removal is quite simple and gives you plenty of space needed to replace the right bulb easily. Before you remove the battery, be sure you have the RADIO CODE that came originally with your vehicle. This can probably be found with your owner paperwork or often can be found printed on a sticker on the inner left side of your glove box. Once power is removed from the vehicle, you will need to “unlock the radio” when your battery is reconnected. To “unlock the radio”, turn on the car and enter the RADIO CODE using the 1-6 present numbers. If you do not have the CODE for your vehicle, you should be able to find it here:

It has been noted in another thread, that the “LX” model does not require a RADIO CODE. If you are still having trouble unlocking your radio, see your local Honda dealer. There should be no cost for this service.

First, remove the secure bar from the top of the battery using an adjustable or socket wrench. Disconnect the positive and negative battery terminals and move them off to each side. Remove the battery sleeve and battery. Unclip the bulb connector of the 9006 low beam bulb. Using a small Phillips screwdriver in your left hand, slightly loosen 2 to 3 of the bulb screws on the back bulb.






NOTE: Be sure you have located the correct bulb and are not loosening the 9005 high beam bulb. The bulb sizes are completely different and have different diameters. The bulbs are not interchangeable in the headlight housing. Be sure to also have a good handle on the screwdriver so you don’t drop it accidentally.

Similar to the left bulb, you don’t need to unscrew the right bulb screws completely, just loosen each screw a few turns. You may be able to only loosen 2 of the 3. Once loosened, the factory low beam bulb will then allow you to turn it “counter clockwise” unlocking and releasing it from the headlight unit. Pull the bulb straight out the back of the headlight and remove it carefully from the engine compartment. Wearing the right nitrile glove supplied with the kit, carefully remove the HID bulb from the plastic twist casing. Make sure to not touch the bulb with your bare hands. Carefully guide the bulb into the headlight assembly. Align the 3 seating points of the bulb in the headlight assembly and rotate “clockwise” to lock the new HID bulb into place. Retighten screws.


Due to the installation space being tight, it’s nearly impossible to photograph these steps. I’ve tried to describe them as clearly as possible. The best position to accomplish the installation of the right bulb, is to move your body along side the driver’s side fender of the car at a 90°. With your body directly over the drivers left corner of the car, view your progress inserting the bulb with your right hand, by looking directly into the outside glass of the headlight (near the driver’s fender). Then, move your head over to the right down near the empty space where the battery was removed. I used a small shop adjustable light, to illuminate the areas were I was working. If you attach all your wiring prior to putting the new HID into the headlight unit, all you have remaining is to secure the ballast and wires.




Currently own:
• '08 Honda Odyssey EXL- Silver Pearl
Mods: 18" MDX Sport rims, XD 9006 4300K Xtreme HID Kit, PUTCO LED Dome Kit, Alpine RES2 10.2" DVD
• '07 Honda Accord EXL6- Graphite Pearl
Mods: XD 9006 4300K VOLT HID Kit
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Securing the RIGHT HEADLIGHT Wiring:
To secure the wiring, I again used several zip-ties. Gather the wires neatly and position the ballast down just underneath the negative battery cable. Loop the zip-tie through the holes of the ballast casing and around the wiring shown. Loop the rest of the wires together toward the left and secure them using another zip-tie. Trim off access. Prior to securing the wiring, test to ensure Right HID ignites successfully. If not, check all connectors to be sure they are connected completely.


Optional RELAY HARNESS Installation:
If you are going to use a relay harness, connect the relay between the factory wiring and the bulb/ballast assemblies. Locate main bolts along the frame on each side of the vehicle that you can attach the ground negative wires to securely. Connect the positive wires of each harness directly to the battery. Test lights to ensure that the HID’s are igniting properly and everything is grounded sufficiently. See troubleshooting information provided with the kit, if you are experiencing problems. The most comment reason the HID will not ignite when using a harness, is often related to a faulty ground.

Here are some photos BEFORE AND AFTER my VOLT installation.













As you can see, the light output is outstanding! I took a lot of pictures and tried to select those that showed the best images of installation and true light illumination.

Want to find out more? PM Steve XenonDepot, call him directly at (905) 660-0124 or email him at . Tell him "famman" sent you! I am not a vendor, just telling you about a killer product. Check out the promotional thread that XenonDepot is currently offering on the board: **XenonDepot HID Kits Super Sale! Shockproof & Waterproof! - Starting at $94.99!

This offer allows Drive Accord members “upon checkout” a $25 discount on HID lighting products using coupon code "DA". Using coupon code “DA” on the VOLT kit, also ensures that members get a relay harness. Select the “APPLICATION GUIDE” tab and chose your vehicle make and model when selecting the correct set.

For more information regarding XenonDepot and Xtreme Lighting, visit their main site at: or go directly to their HID link:

Currently own:
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Mods: 18" MDX Sport rims, XD 9006 4300K Xtreme HID Kit, PUTCO LED Dome Kit, Alpine RES2 10.2" DVD
• '07 Honda Accord EXL6- Graphite Pearl
Mods: XD 9006 4300K VOLT HID Kit
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Great write up!
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Nice, clean install and write up. Now if only it were this easy on the 8th gen.

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nice cut off. I also like how you told the haters to stay out.

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Left headlight is actually right headlight, right headlight is left headlight

Good write-up. Not nearly as much glare as other HID in reflector housings I've seen.

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Left headlight is actually right headlight, right headlight is left headlight

Good write-up. Not nearly as much glare as other HID in reflector housings I've seen.

Yes I know. It made it easier for me to do the install/writeup from the perspective of someone looking at the car LEFT vs. RIGHT.

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Mods: 18" MDX Sport rims, XD 9006 4300K Xtreme HID Kit, PUTCO LED Dome Kit, Alpine RES2 10.2" DVD
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Mods: XD 9006 4300K VOLT HID Kit
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Left headlight is actually right headlight, right headlight is left headlight

Good write-up. Not nearly as much glare as other HID in reflector housings I've seen.
that confuses me sooo much..i call is passenger and driver...haha

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Looks great famman! I can't wait to do that on mine. The 4300k temperature looks very white in your pictures. Are they that white in real life? Makes me want to go 4300k now, lol.

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Looks good. Doesnt even produce much glare IMO.

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everything above that cutoff line is glare. I think those lights on the side of the garage are covering it up a bit though and it looks deceiving. the other pictures look like there is a good amount of glare too. the color looks oem though which I like.

im not sure if your using a point and shoot but you might wanna slow down the shutter speed and turn down the ISO. thats why the pics are so grainy. good write up, looks like a written out version of the youtube DIY video with the asian guy.
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Awesome write up! Thanks for the info, and ideas on where to cram the wiring, haha.

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Try taking another cutoff pick on a wall that is not white.


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