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Old 08-05-2012, 07:10 PM   #1
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HID problem

So I got Hids today, and they are opposite. Like the high beams are low and the low beams are high, which is fine except the high beams are normal halogen, so I would never be able to have hid grille lights and hid headlights on at the same time. Anybody know how to fix this?
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Old 08-07-2012, 05:44 PM   #2
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Re: HID problem

did you buy an ebay kit? i only say that because one time i bought a cheap ebay kit and it had that setup. i sold it and bought a proper hi/lo kit from DDMtuning.com for $50...it's an HID hi & lo
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Hmm never heard of that? Did you install yourself or have them installed? If you had them installed I would take it back. If not and you think you got it right and can't figure it out, you could put up with it or you could remove and replace. I have and highly recommend Xenonworx HIDs.
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Hmm never heard of that? Did you install yourself or have them installed? If you had them installed I would take it back. If not and you think you got it right and can't figure it out, you could put up with it or you could remove and replace. I have and highly recommend Xenonworx HIDs.
Yeah I got them at a flea market for under 100 bucks. Thus explaining a lot haha. I need to return them and get a different brand
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They're some brands that have high beams halogen and some keep the HID. Spend a lil extra or look good and you can find them. I found mine hi/low HID on amazon
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Mine are from sonic electronix hi/lo headlights and regular fog lights
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I fixed it! the first is halogen and the second is HiD
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Mine are from sonic electronix hi/lo headlights and regular fog lights
^And so far so good with ordering we shall see how they look on the car.
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Re: HID problem

Just a quick note: EVERYONE thought mine were reversed the first night I put them in, (mine are high/low 5k's from DDMTuning) but they weren't adjusted down for the kit. So if ever someone comes on here with that problem, try that first!
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