To answer your questions:
Q: I read that you can only use HID bulbs in low beams and fog lights. NO HIGH BEAMS. Is that correct?
A: Correct, HID'* take 15 - 30 seconds to warm up and can't do a pass to flash feature. The 35w HID'* are boutput more than your brights.
Q:Now I hear that HID bulbs melt stuff and ruin stock harnesses. Is that correct? How do I get past this?
A: I believe DDM Tuning offers the a new harness you can get to handle the higher voltage, which gives off more heat
Q: Are HID fog lights much brighter than the regular bulbs?
A: The HID'* actually are less wattage (i.e 35w vs. 55w) but have a higher Lumen output, inturn they are brighter
Q: How would I wire up HID bulbs for my fog lamps and low beams?
A: HID'* use a ballast that hooks in-line between your factory wiring and the headlight
As far as the bluish light, that is based on the temperature output. 4700k is what the factroy lights are, 6000k puts out the most usable light, 8000k is as high as I would go. Anything higher and you start to lose light output and the light output changes and draws unwanted attention from police
Hope this helps
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