Hi all, i posted up a thread earlier about this but figure id do a step by step instruction for anyone interested to get Hid's without having to order the whole tech package. feel free to post any and all question and ill try my best to answer. When i did the hid's i also lowered the cars using the factory links. I had to remove the front tires to change out the bulbs but is not need to lower the fronts of this car. although it does make it easier with the tires are off, its not absolutely required but since i already had them off for the headlight, just made it easier. lowering the rear wheels you do have to remove though. Do a search for "DYI lowering" I ordered the hid's from amazon. They were Kensun's 6k set with digital slim ballasts. the size kit is 9005's. price i paid was $79 shipped two days (amazon prime) you can get cheaper hid's for about half that price but the review were pretty sketchy and i had used a low end set before and they lasted about 3 months. hope i have better luck with this set.. so here we go: step one. remove front wheels and front fender liner's. (remember to use the "jack" function when you raise the car up) there's a bunch of push in buttons that hold the fender liner in. most short some long. make sure you remember where the long ones go. pull back the liner and you see something like this. notice the nylon grommet puller i used to pull buttons off then use to keep cavity open. Step two: remove the rubber cover and cut a hole for access of the cable grommet and take out the old bulb, install the new hid bulb and mount the ballast in a place where it won't flop around. you can see where i decided to mount my ballast in these two pix. route the cables up and over all the other cables as they would be in the way of the air flow since there is a radiator on both sides in the same vicinity. the cables from the ballast to the bulbs can only go one way so you cant really screw up polarity. the factory cable to the ballast are another story. they can be installed either way. just make note that the black cable goes to the black cable and you should be ok. ( you can't see it in these pix cause that connection is behind the rubber cover) Step three: Put everything back together and cross your fingers. mine fired right up and all was well. if it isn't, i would check polarity of the factory harness to aftermarket ballast. in my case, step three was to start working on the lowering sensors but if your not into that you should be done. below are a couple before and after shots of my car with stock headlights and aftermarket hid's. i also did some other stuff like paint the lower trim and installed 22's. hope this helps, feel free to ask any questions. Stock headlights on left. 6k hid's on right. side by side comparison for anyone wanting to see the difference. front shot of oem and aftermarket side by side both headlight from front are hid's. sorry but iphone night photo's are crap. front and rear 3/4 view of my car. stock rims stock height. lower black plastic (yuk!!) trim painted body color.