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99 Dodge Stratus High Beam Indicator

I just installed an aftermarket HID kit with a hi/low 9007 bulb setup. The relay works by plugging into one of the factory 9007 connectors and relays the feed to their connectors for both bulbs. The passenger side bulb connector is rendered useless, so I taped it up. But now my high beam indicator is always on. I suspect it is because there is no bulb in the other connector, but the bulb that was in there was burnt out anyway. I have to find a burnt out bulb to plug in and see if that's it. Any other ideas anyone please?

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http://www.carsets.co.uk/upload/temp/images/hid-light-installation-photo-display.jpg

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