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Old 01-10-2014
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HID question?

Hey guys,

Got a quick question about my HIDs and headlight wiring on a 2000 Ranger. I have an aftermarket headlight assembly with low beams and high beams. I've already made the halogen to HID conversion, however, I don't like how when I turn my brights on my low beams go off...I want my low and high beams to come on when I turn my brights on. Can I make this possible by splitting the high beam wire to the low beam and high beam bulbs? And if this is possible, will the high beam wire be able to handle the amperage it takes to ignite and operate two 35w HID bulbs?

Any help will be appreciated!

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Search "fog light mod". Or click here for an idea: Generation-Edge.info Forum - 2001 – 2003 Fog light Mod
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you need this harness

Bi-xenon: 'MotoControl 9004/9007/HB5 - Relay Harnesses from The Retrofit Source Inc

i have it and it works great

but unfortunately i am switching over to high power CREE led bulbs soon
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