OMG what an ordeal. I must say however the HIDs are the BOMB! What a difference they make in night time illumination. They are not easy to install, of course the second one went much better than the first. Well worth the $49 I paid for the whole system.
In fact I'm going to order a second system just to have extra set of bulbs/igniter's because the whole kit at $49 is cheaper that just buying the bulbs alone and this way I will also have spare parts if I ever need them. First off the screw on seal caps had to be left off because the wires of the HID igniter's have to go straight out the back of the assembly. So I called KIA parts and was going to order a second set of caps then drill them and after installation seal the holes with silicone.. NOT!! After calling KIA I'm told the screw on caps can not be purchased separately and they are only sold with the whole pod assembly Oy again. So now knowing this I didn't want to drill the caps out just in case the HIDs don't work out for some reason in the future. So what I did was leave the caps off and closed the holes with strips of electric tape and this worked very well. The light pods are very hard to remove the way I did it jimmying them out without removing the front end but I did it using a very exotic kitchen tool
(see pictures below) Another thing that surprised me was the headlight pod is internally pre wired with only one central plug in source, all powering headlights brights and turn signals.
picture #1 driver pod out and resting in giant hole
#2 ballast in place just in back of the head lamp pod area
#3 Test burn of Driver side HID, Pass side factory bulb on also (what a difference)
#4 removing passenger side pod with that special kitchen tool (don't tell the wife)
#5 Both HIDs installed and in full burn, install is complete.
System installed is Xentec with 6000K H11 igniter bulbs.