Question about Pyle 9005 8000K Single Beam HID Xenon Driving Light System
Let's start backwards.
First, look at your grounding system.
Be sure it is using heavy gauge wire, and that there is a direct connection with the car battery (or truck, or whatever). All new vehicles are more and more made of non-conductive material like plastics and fiberglass, etc., so that can interfere with all things electric.
Then, see about the wire and the connectors leading to the lights. Do those wires need to be bigger or heavier?One way to tell is if any wire in the system gets warm whilst it is being used.
Finally, be sure the ballast is "stronger" or "heavier" than the load ( the lights) due to the possibility of overload because of a mis-match.
Posted on Aug 12, 2013
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