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HID trouble

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by dwsalley95, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. dwsalley95

    dwsalley95 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Hey everybody just ordered and installed my 55w 6000k HID hi and lo beam kit from ddmtuning.com onto my 07. They look great but for some reason my passenger side hi beam won't work but my driver side does. Anyone know what could be causing this problem? Both work fine on lo beam but when I flip it to hi beam only my driver side goes to hi beam and the other stays on lo. Any help or ideas would be MUCH appreciated...
     
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    stuff and more stuff
    Contact DDM, I've read a few ppl having the same problem. Could be the relay or the harness.
     
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    Hii Well-Known Member

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    Have you checked that your ground is good on the side that isn't functioning properly?
     
  4. dwsalley95

    dwsalley95 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I tried re-grounding and that didn't work, so I guess my next step is to contact DDM.
     
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    15000K HID headlights 3000K HID fogs LED Front Side Marker Bulbs LED License Plate Bulbs LED Front Turn Signals Color Matched Grille Color Matched Side Mirrors and Door Handles CB radio and PA speaker Overhead Compass and Temperature Window Tint Anytime Fog Light Mod Bakflip G2 Westin Stainless Bull Bar Pop N Lock PL5300 UltraGauge K&N Intake Stant Locking Gas Cap Color Matched Rear Bumper Jet Throttle Body Spacer
    switch the ballast to make sure it's a problem with the side or the ballast?
     
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    nammer Well-Known Member

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    are these the kind that have a separate ground or does it plug right into the oem harness? because if your equipment is fully functional maybe you accidentally didn't properly wire the power to the high beam (cause 1 is high, 1 is low, and 1 is ground on the oem harness)? i know i've made that mistake before
     
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