Bolt assembly back into clam with the three 10mm lock nuts that are secured from the bottom
I dont have a good picture of this yet (will get soon) but take the wiring harness adapter and attach it in between the factory harness and the factory high beam bulb.
The extra small plug on the harness will plug into the Bi-Xenon projector we have provided.
Test the function of the highbeam solenoid in the projector. You should be able to hear it move.
You may need to reverse the polarity of the adapter harness where it plugs into the factory harness.
Now install the HID bulb kit your ordered on your own. I am not going to go into details because it will most likely be kit dependent. There are also plenty of guides on how to do that here on Lotus Talk.
Now it is time to check alignment and fit.
First thing you want to do is to see if the headlights are approximately aimed. You want the beam coming out of the
headlights almost horizontal or slightly down. We checked the alignment of the factory headlights against our garage
wall to start and marked it. This may or may not be where you actually want them but its a good place to start.
Set the height of the cutoff using screw #3.
Now place the factory headlight cover over the assembly and make sure it seats properly. Due to the disassembly
and the variation of fit from car to car we have found some minor adjust of the main headlight bracket may be needed.
I have shown arrows where you can lightly apply pressure either forward or backwards to get the projector assembly to
fit correctly to the opening in the headlight housing.
Each time you adjust the entire assembly go back and set the height of the beam pattern again using screw #3
before checking the fit of the headlight cover.
Once you are satisfied with the fit then you can use screw #1 to adjust the headlight right or left as needed.
On only one of our test cars we found that screw #2 was adjust quite far out. We needed to adjust this slightly using a short phillips to get the fit correct.
Re-install the headlight covers and double check how the lights are aimed, tightening these screws can tweak everything slightly because the headlight bucket flexes a bit.
Re-install the inner fender liner and you are done!
(I am sure I may have missed something but I will keep updating with more information and pics as any questions arise)