only HID lamps self level, EU/EAA regulation. they must also have washer nozzles.I had no idea the headlights did auto adjust on the mk7 accord (maybe a facelift upgrade?).Anyway i have a pre facelift tourer with stock and they seem to remain fixed unless i raise beam up/down from the leveller dial to the right of the steering wheel.Just to add adjustment from within car is instant and precise no issues
I have been curious about the same thing as it seems too slow, but perhaps the manual control has a regulator. searching for info about the US TSX is no help as they are not required to have self leveling HID'sOK they both have the same part number 62SEA02B so I guess they are the same thing.
This puzzles me a bit, as I find the dash operated headlight adjuster to react slowly to changes in settings. I would ***ume that a HID leveler would need to operate more quickly. Unless of course the adjustments it makes are very slight.
Anyone with stock HID's have any input? Do you notice the self-leveling action at all?
I figure that either the motors can do more work according to type of input, or that the amount of practical adjustment required for ordinary road conditions is actually very small. I suspect that Honda set up the leveling system to not constantly react to small inputs so it doesn't wear itself out. The motors are an obsolete part nowadays so I guess there wasn't a large demand for them as parts.I have been curious about the same thing as it seems too slow, but perhaps the manual control has a regulator. searching for info about the US TSX is no help as they are not required to have self leveling HID's
the only differences between the hid and halogen lamp units is that the cutout for the igniter is blanked on halogen, and the hid projector is vastly different to the halogen one.