Removing anything for the first time will be a lot harder. Just keep working at it, maybe get a friend and two butter knives? I've also seen people start with popping the clips on the top first, that may work for you if the top ones seem to be the most stuck.I tried out the "How to remove center air vent" and I just couldn't pop mine out. When you popped your clips out with the butterknife it sounded very clear cut, pop and done, and they were out. Mine had one or two pops on each side but were still very tight. I started on the bottom of the vent like you did, and the only way the vent would stay out is if I put a pen or two in there to hold it, otherwise it would just recede back in and click tight again. I left two pens in the bottom and tried prying out the top, and it was even harder than the bottom. I had to give up because I was going to either break my butterknife, foam, or something else with the prying action.
They actually put out a LOT more. The picture may be a bad example.... It had just started raining so the crack in the driveway had water puddling up around it (that's why it's more reflective right there).Your 6000k dont seem to put out as much as the 4300?
First thing would be to remove the cover lens to the headlight assembly. Clean out the inside and let it dry. Then reseal along the line where the clear plastic lens meets the assembly (you'll need to completely remove all of the factory adhesive before applying the new sealant).i also noticed that you placed some sealant in your headlights? i have moisture in the left headlights and wonderign if you can include a video where to place sealants and the kind of sealant you used. thanks and more power!
The blue ring is just blue vinyl tint. I put it on when I had the headlights taken apart. There's many other write ups on this for when installing Halo lights.You can show how to make the blue effect?