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Old 03-18-2013, 10:20 PM   #1
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HID High Beam issue

I bought a 55 watt high/low kit from ddm tuning and everything works good until I use my high beams. My drivers side actually projects lower when I turn on my brights the passenger side still raises tho. Any suggestions?
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turn the bulb upside down ? or reverse the wiring?
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:45 AM   #3
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Do the bulbs have a right side up and down?
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sometimes whats known as reverse polarity takes place...swap the hi and low beam wire on the harness with each other and enjoy. you may have to readjust your low beam but besides that you're golden. let us know how it works
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sometimes whats known as reverse polarity takes place...swap the hi and low beam wire on the harness with each other and enjoy. you may have to readjust your low beam but besides that you're golden. let us know how it works
What is weird is one side works on high and the other doesn't.. But they both hook up to the same connector
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sometimes whats known as reverse polarity takes place...swap the hi and low beam wire on the harness with each other and enjoy. you may have to readjust your low beam but besides that you're golden. let us know how it works
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