Question about 2008 Honda Pilot
I've recently had aftermarket HID's installed and they don't go on initially. Sometimes it's both sides, sometimes it's one side. The techs have tried EVERY way to wire it and rewire it. We've tried a relay kit, power caps, connecting directly to the battery, connecting to the parking lights. I've taken it back to the shop about 5 or 6 times now and they are dumbfounded.
Don't know what there is left to do.
Get hid lights that actually work.
if you connect direct to the battery,they should work.
that means the ballasts are defective.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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