Question about 2009 Honda Ridgeline
Yeah, shouldn't be that difficult. red-power, black-ground. unplug them then put everything back to normal, then try them to see if the originals(low beams, high beams, fog lights) work ok. if they do it's in the wiring. turn on your low beams and that's the wires that you need. just find the one that sends 12volts to the low beams and hook it up to red on HID's then hook the black(ground) from HID to chasis, not the ground wire from car and check to see if they work.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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