I talked to a customer with a 2003-2005 SRT4 today that asked me:
“Whats the difference in all of the headlights you offer?”
So, I thought it would be good to take some photos and show the difference between the different models of headlights we offer and explain some of the differences.
First, heres the lineup of headlights we will be discussing today. From left to right, we have the Depo Factory style headlight, the Depo Projector style headlight, and the Halo Projector style headlights.
Here we see the backsides of the headlights, from left to right, the Halo Projector style headlights, Depo Projector style headlights, and Depo factory style headlights.
Here we have a backside closeup view of the Depo factory style headlight. The main plug in the center is the headlight plug, and the turn signal receptacle cannot be seen, off to the side. The Depo factory style headlights have headlight bulbs, and turn signals preinstalled, ready to go. It also has factory style adjustments for light adjustment.
Here we have a backside closeup view of the Depo projector style headlight. The Depo projector light has a headlight bulb, and turn signal bulb preinstalled. The adjustment for light output is quite a bit different, and harder to adjust than a factory style light because youll need to remove the light to make adjustments to heigth of the light output.
Here we have a backside closeup view of the Halo Projector style style headlights.This light is the most complicated headlight out of the three, because you have seperate wiring for the turn signals and halo lights that need to be connected. It comes with a bulb and wiring for the headlight, and its ready to connect. The turn signal bulb is not preinstalled, and you have to transfer the bulb and socket wiring from your factory headlight over to this one (thats easy). For those of you thinking about getting this headlight, even though it looks intimidating, dont worry as we include a 8 page installation instruction set with each headlight purchased at MP.