GMC Yukon HID Kits, Xenon HID Head Light and Fog Lights
GMC Yukon HID Kit installations are probably the most common upgrades performed to increase the brightness of the stock headlight assemblies on your Yukon. HID kits use High Intensity Discharge technology (hence the term H.I.D.) that utilize special bulbs filled with Xenon gas. These Xenon charged HID light bulbs are then electrified by a self-regulating ballast that provides a constant current, resulting in a super bright light from your existing Yukon headlights. Please note that each Yukon HID kit we offer is an HID CONVERSION kit, and will not work if your Yukon headlights came equipped with factory HID lights.
Our line of GMC Yukon HID Kit carry thru
1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 or 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 models.
92-13 Yukon HID Kit
You can choose your Yukon HID kit from one of our several color and wattage options. In addition to high wattage 50W kits for super high intensity light, we also offer the more common 35W Low Wattage HID Kit, which are recommended for their longer life and trouble free usage. We also offer the following color options for your Yukon HID kit: 3000K for YELLOW HID color, 6000K for WHITE HID color, and 8000K for BLUE HID color ( K stands for Kelvins, the industry standard color measurement for HID light color output). Also, we have easy-to-install slim HID ballasts available for select Low Wattage 3000K and 6000K GMC Yukon HID Kits.
GMC Yukon HID Kit Frequently Asked Questions:
What color HID Kit should I get for my Yukon?
For headlights and foglights, a 6000K super white HID kit (low watt) is by far the most popular choice among Yukon owners. 8000K Blue HID kits come in second place for HID headlights. Even though they are called “blue” 8000K HID lights actually are still white, with a bit of a blue tint to them. 3000K Yellow is the most effective choice for HID foglights since yellow is scientifically proven to provide better visibility in rain, fog, or snow. 3000K Yellow (aka JDM Yellow) HID headlights are not legal for street use in certain communities.
I see separate listings for the high beam and low beam HID lights, but my Yukon headlights uses one bulb for both (9004, 9007, H4, etc.) . Which HID Conversion kit do I pick?
Unless otherwise listed, every set of HID lights we offer is single filament, meaning if your Yukon has one single bulb for the high and low beams, you can only change one function to HID. The other function would be eliminated, thus, we only recommend connecting the HID kit to your low beams in those situations.
I want/own aftermarket projector lights. Can I use Yukon HID headlight conversion kits with them?
HID lights actually work best with a projector lens to help disperse the light. HOWEVER, please be advised that aftermarket headlight and some foglight PROJECTOR LIGHTS USE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BULBS (usually H1, H3, etc). You would have to buy the HID kit made for your Projector Headlight bulbs since the Yukon HID kits we list are for your Yukon’s STOCK headlights. We recommend customers to get their projector headlights first to find out exactly which type of HID conversion kit they need.
Warning: YOU MUST USE LOW WATTAGE HID KITS WHEN INSTALLING INTO PROJECTOR HEADLIGHTS. Projector headlights usually have a cramped space for the bulb, and a high wattage HID Lights put out too much heat for the projector lens to handle. This is also true for most Yukon Projector Foglights.
Is this HID Conversion kit legal for street use on my Yukon’s headlight or foglight assemblies?
Laws vary by jurisdiction, but so long as you have pointed the headlamps on your Yukon pointed downward so your new HID Lights aren’t blinding other drivers (or police officers!) you will probably avoid trouble. Some areas such as certain Canada communities require that the High Beams on your Yukon match the Low Beams, so if your low beam is HID, then your High Beam must be HID as well. Please do not install a single filament H.I.D. headlight kit if your community has such a law and your stock bulbs use one dual filament for both high and low beam functions.
How do I aim my Yukon Headlamps to keep my HID lights from blinding other drivers?
Usually there are little gears with screws on the inside of your Yukon’s headlamps. You can usually turn these by hand or with a screwdriver. Park facing a wall and adjust until the light is set to an appropriate level usually LOWER than your headlights (to ensure a downward angle)
I have the premium package/higher model for my Yukon and my vehicle came with stock OEM HID Xenon lights already. Can I use your Yukon HID Conversion kit to replace my factory HID kit?
Sorry, but no. If your Yukon came pre-equipped with an H.I.D. kit, you will need to buy a different type of HID bulb (D2C, D2S, etc) and ballast, usually referred to as a “Stock Replacement HID Bulb / Ballast.” Our kits are CONVERSION kits and are made to work with stock halogen bulb harnesses only. Though rare, if your Yukon came with stock HID foglights, then the HID foglight kits we offer would also not work.
I don’t want junk parts on my Yukon, what is the warranty on this HID conversion kit?
Every Yukon HID Headlight kit and Yukon HID Foglight kit we sell is valid for warranty replacement for 1 year from the original date of purchase so long as they are properly installed on your Yukon, unmodified, and used for normal daily driving.