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Old 12-10-2007, 09:14 PM
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Plug-n-Play HID Wiring Harness UGH!

Hey guys. Got an HID conversion kit about a month ago (big mistake), but with the kit, I also received a plug n play wiring harness....I looked up the installation instructions, but they were so F-ing vague. Anyways...my question is, WHERE THE HELL do I plug this so-called Plug and Play wiring harness.... I spent about 15 minutes under the good looking for any possible place where the harness goes. Any help boys and girls?
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Old 12-10-2007, 11:00 PM
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which part of the harness are you having trouble with? The part that connects into your stock harness, the part that connects to the ballast, the part that connects to your battery, or where to ground it off?
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mine all plugged up to the ballast and then wired directly to the stock headlight wiring harness
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Old 12-11-2007, 01:18 AM
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mine all plugged up to the ballast and then wired directly to the stock headlight wiring harness
terrible idea. i can get you the harness so you can save yourself electrical troubles down the road for like 15 bucks
http://higherlevelauto.com/tmp/9006_...tion_guide.doc
thats the instructions i wrote that i send out with my kits hopefully you can figure it out from there, call me 9193061142 if you have any questions i can walk you through it assuming the kit you have is similar to the ones i sell
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i have the 8000k installed and my lighting pattern is all over the place????? cant get it right
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exactly the reason i dont want HIDs
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the reason your lights are so misaimed is because since the plug and play no longer uses the white base that plugs into the base of your halogen, the bulb is not seated correctly and is aiming to high. a quick and actually perfect solution is to cut the top of an aluminum can off so you have the side of the can as a flat sheet of aluminum. cut a u shape out that slips over the base of the bulb so that the aluminum gets caught by the bracket on the back of the headlight that locks the bulb in, this way the bulb is seated and doesnt shine to high. PM me for more details. it sounds ghetto but if you want to be 'pro' then buy a sheet of aluminum from a store, but its still the same thing
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can u give me further details
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i lost my digi camera so i cant snap a pic
the bulb, when in the headlight, im assuming is NOT held firmly in place by the brass copper colored clip thing on the back of the headlight, right (it jiggles around)? go look at it and let me know. if thats true ill give you details on the fix.
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thats right.. its a copper type with a slight bend on it
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comeon peeps help!!
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Heres the kit.


I just dont know where to find the original headlight harness...Am I a moron or what?
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thats the same kit that i have..but the pattern is not right
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My bulbs installed fine, but i had to modify the bases of the bulbs and they went in fine.
Anyways, who the F is this guy? Haha jackin' my shiznit. YAR SCURVEY!!
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i pretty much wrapped the **** out of my clips wiht some electrical tape and forced them down and they are snug as a beatch...
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someone taught me a trick to put an aluminium sheet with a u shape cut into it on the base of the bulb which can then be held by that little brass retainer clip???
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someone taught me a trick to put an aluminium sheet with a u shape cut into it on the base of the bulb which can then be held by that little brass retainer clip???
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the reason your lights are so misaimed is because since the plug and play no longer uses the white base that plugs into the base of your halogen, the bulb is not seated correctly and is aiming to high. a quick and actually perfect solution is to cut the top of an aluminum can off so you have the side of the can as a flat sheet of aluminum. cut a u shape out that slips over the base of the bulb so that the aluminum gets caught by the bracket on the back of the headlight that locks the bulb in, this way the bulb is seated and doesnt shine to high. PM me for more details. it sounds ghetto but if you want to be 'pro' then buy a sheet of aluminum from a store, but its still the same thing
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I double checked and the conversion kit that i got came with a securing washer...the bulb is secure...its not moving..i think the hid conversion kit is supposed to be only used with projection headlights or retrofits
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