Ford Ranger HID Lights, Xenon Conversion Kits, Replacement Bulbs
The video above explains how the xenon lights mimic real sunlight, allowing drivers to see as naturally possible at night. Due to the increased contrast and specialized color vision, it enables you to see obstacles far in advance. There is no interference for oncoming traffic, making the road safer for everyone. Here at HID Lighthouse xenon lights are available not just for your Ford Ranger, but for any other car make and model.
You can’t beat our package at $64.95, which includes the HID conversion kit as well as free shipping and handling AND a money back guarantee within one year. We supply complete instructions on how to properly install the lights, but if you need any assistance we will be happy to provide you with a list of convenient local shops that can help you. And you can call us anytime for consultation!
Included in the HID Lighthouse Xenon Conversion Kit:
- 2- Plug & Play HID Ballast
- 2-Vibrant Xenon HID Bulbs
- 2- Factory Plug Adapters
- Mounting Hardware
- Installation Instruction
- Warranty Registration
Ford Ranger HID Lighthouse Installation Guide
- If you’re the do-it-yourself type you can install your HID light yourself. You can follow along with our step by step installation manual and install your HID kit yourself. Click the link below to download the HIDlighthouse.com installation manual.
HID lights come in a range of colors, from yellow to white to blue to purple. The lower the number the “warmer” the color and the higher the number the “cooler” the color. When it comes to car headlights you want HID lights that are going to be from 3000K for super bright yellow fog lights to white, blue and purple headlights. The standard white is what most people have and not all colors are legal, unfortunately.
HID Light Colors Available For The Ford Ranger:
3,000K Fog Lights (Yellow)
6,000K (White w/ Blue)
10,000K (Blue w/ Purple)
Ford Ranger HID Halogen Headlights, Bi Xenon Lights, Fog Lamps and Kits In Stock:
h7, h11, H1, H2, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H12, H13, 880, 881, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, D1C, D2C, D2R, P15D-1
A short history about the Ford Ranger:
Although used for many years as a name for certain F-series pickups, the Ford Ranger became its own series in 1983, this time as a compact pickup. The goal was to emulate the performance of the F-series while having compact-like fuel efficiency and price. For the most part, the developers succeeded, at least in terms of cargo capacity. The Ranger’s cargo box was designed to be able to fit an industry standard 4 ft. wide sheet of plywood, a feat it accomplished while at the same time reducing the overall size of the box. Fuel economy also improved with the inclusion of a 2.0 L I4 engine standard. The second generation received a totally new front fascia. Everything from the front fenders to the grille and the hood were changed. A 2.3 L I4 was made standard. This continued through the fourth generation, when the Ranger received another facelift to reflect Ford’s trend toward more aerodynamic styling. This generation also saw Ranger’s first driver’s side airbag in 1995. In the fourth generation, redesigns continued, but the Ranger was largely neglected, with signs of an eventual discontinuation. As it happens, the high fuel cost of the late 2000s has given the Ranger a reprieve, at least until 2011, at which point its future viability will be evaluated.
HID (High-Intensity Discharge) Lights, Bulbs, Lamps -
High-Intensity Discharge lamps are a type of arc lamp. Light is made in an arc lamp when electricity jumps across two points or electrodes. Usually the arc light bulb has a vacuum inside and when electricity is pushed from one side the electricity jumps across to the other side and creates light. High-Intensity Discharge works in the same fashion except it has a big power booster.