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Why doesn't my low beam head lamps come on?


HID lamps are inherently touchy due to the high voltage transformers. The fuses for that would be under the hood. The transformers will be hidden behind the light somewhere. did you check the bulb itself?
http://www.bing.com/search?q=hid+headlight+bulbs&qs=AS&pq=hid+headlight+&sc=8-14&sp=1&cvid=85ce99ad8f434eca9760a94fe22d7b7a&FORM=QBRE

Nov 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Hid keeps going out


For this problem, you will need a set of HID relay. Using the HID relay, you can directly draw the power from the battery to eliminate this problem.

HID Conversion Kit Wire HID Relay Kit Fuse Relay Harness Wiring

Dec 23, 2013 | 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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My KS-AX6700 car audio amp. no sound no power but fuse is ok


Have you check the wirings? Is it getting the proper power supply?


Car HID Kits

Nov 20, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i wire up hid headlights on 2005 mazda 3


To wire up an HID kit on the low beams of your Mazda 3 2005, you will need 3-4 things:
1- HID kit (bulbs and ballasts)
2- HID relay (connects your hid kit to your battery)
3- 4700uF capacitor (solves DRL flickering issue)
4- H7 hid bulb adaptor (you can also use the rubber piece that holds the bulb wires as a spacer)


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

Tips on How to wire up:
1. HID bulb's amp wires connects with the ballast's amp wires. (There's only one way to connect them.)
2. The positive and the negative spade connectors from the hid relay connect with your vehicle's low beam connector, closest to your battery: the driver side. The passenger side low beam connector is not used and should be insulated. You can use electric tape.)
3. Each ballast is connected to one of the relay's clip connector, and it's grounded on each side to your vehicle's body. (One connector for each ballast, one for each side. You can use the screw for the body as a ground.)
4. The red wire(with the inline fuse) in the relay connects to your battery's positive terminal.
5. The capacitor sits on the relay switch. (Google for how to wire the capacitor onto the hid relay switch.) dynoxg image
6. The halogen bulb sits on an adapter. You can safely remove them from each other, and use an H7 hid adapter instead.

For more help: Moonlight Driving

Nov 06, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2002 acura RL the dealer says i need HID replacement bulb, can I use regular bulbs instead of HID


NO, HID bulbs only. You may be able to google the bulb and find it for less. Be careful, those bulbs are powered with 25,000 volts. dont not touch the bulbs with you fingers, any oil off your fingers can make a hot spot on the glass, and it wont last very long.

Sep 14, 2011 | 2002 Acura 3.5RL

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I installed a High beam hid kit and read online that they needed a resistor in that year to trick the computer. after installing the kit and the resistors to the high beams pos and neg it still flashes...


I don't know why you would install resistors inline for an HID kit, they should be 'plug and play'-you plug the connector for your halogen lights into the ballast input for the HID kit, then plug in the HID bulb harness/ bulb to the ballast output, install the bulb into the housing-done. Some people have installed relays to the lights because when the HID's 'light off' the use a lot of power until the bulbs warm up, then they actually consume less than a halogen bulb (usually 35 watts HID to 55 or more halogen). I have HID's in a number of cars and don't have relays hooked up on any, just 'plug and play' and I have no issues whatsoever.

Apr 03, 2011 | Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 Cars & Trucks

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Problem with hid on 2008 dodge ram 2500


Not too much amperage. HID lights use less amps. Duh. The circuit is showing a failure in the HID kit from not enough amps so it turns off. You need to add a resistor.

Apr 27, 2009 | Dodge Ram Pickup 2500 Cars & Trucks

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HID fog light


check your connections to the relay, sounds like something is breaking down under load

Feb 18, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Silverado

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Hid's not working


Check the wiring inside the headlight assy. I had a bad wire in a unit I installed. Once I tracked it down and repaired the wire all was fine.

Dec 28, 2008 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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HID headlight


Most likely the HID transformer is not producing the correct voltage to properly charge the HID bulb. 12 volts goes into the transformer, but a lot more comes out. The HID needs a lot of volts to run, hence the need for the abovementioned transformer. But, the transformers are REALLY expensive.

Sep 18, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Sienna

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