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If you know your way around a car, these will likely be very straightforward to install. But please do your due diligence before purchasing. Understand what a sealed beam headlight is, what it takes to swap to a projector assembly, etc. I'm happy to answer questions, but please take a few minutes to browse some forum posts or read through the tutorials.

All HID components and relay harnesses use the 9005/9006 style connectors found on cars equipped with US Ellipsoids. If your car does not have these style connectors on it, you will need to modify your car's connectors or make adapters.

Know before you buy...

The Morimoto Micro D2S, according to The Retrofit Source, is "between the Mini H1 8.0 HID projector and the Mini D2S HID projector, but much closer to the Mini D2S projector". These use an all new adapter that simplifies installation, reduces the number of areas for moisture intrusion, and gives you an all around cleaner look. Installation is a breeze and everything is included to retrofit your car.


These projectors maintain the bi-xenon function, meaning there is a cutoff shield that flips out of the way when the high beams are activated to give you the full range of the D2S HID bulb. And if you are looking to upgrade your D2S bulbs in the future, there is a wide range of bulbs to choose from.


ncluded in the kit is everything to do both headlights:

Morimoto Micro D2S bi-xenon projectors

D2S Projector Adapters

D2S Igniter and Ballasts

Breather Vents

Necessary Hardware

Alignment Tool (only for US Ellipsoids)



Check the retrofit accessories for an optional high beam headlight splitter, ballast mount, and HD Power Relay Harness to get a strong 12v power supply to your new headlights.

DIY Morimoto Micro D2S HID Retrofit Kit

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