should i install relay in y civic 1.8 (2006)
is there any chance of short circuit ?
does its really incerases light ?
is its worth it ???
i am going for 9006 bulbs 200 watt ???
it does not damage anything
but usually its placed in like 20 year old cars with weak wiring
not in 1.8 new civics
Hey dude, Yes u can install Relay for head light. I always install relays for head lights, i had done in Cultus too. It really increases the light beam. It will cause no damage actually Relays direct takes current from battery that`s why your lights will work efficient enough. Kaabli relay mil jati hain for arround 200 each.Hope this ll help you..Regards
does its eats up battery ???
should i stay with the original 9006 bulbs or should i go for the 9006 200 watt xenon 4000k bulb.......
it will first eat the battery then drink its liquid
r u sure its not a fx?
i would not risk altering wiring of a 1.8 million car
Get HID's in high beam or stick with originals
@hash4uyou are right i also have a fear of wiring getting short......and end up burning car....cuz i love my civic......
Relay is like a separate connection from battery without losses ... there is no harm as long as the wiring is properly insulated and water proof ... a higher wattage bulb produces more heat if the head lights don't have adequate heat exchange (vent holes in rubber sealing) the excessive heat melts the light sealing .... but i don't think it would be a problem in new civic
The thing, is, these new cars have relays for everything, so don't worry about that. And I mean, like horns, headlights, starters, almost everything significant. So no need to put an 'extra' relay
dude i dnt think there is a need of relay in new car as civic 1.8 have doubel beem if u want to change the colour of ur light go for hid or jst change the bulbs as u ll be bored of them soon coz they lose there actuall colour light after some time .