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Yes, the conector should be like this black red and the white goes into the other terminal

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I wonder how easily the prongs will come out. Lol I might just cut the wires and reattach them to the correct prong lol
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you should just be able to use a pick and it will come out
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Yes, the conector should be like this black red and the white goes into the other terminal

so i did that, and now when i just pull back on the stalk, just the flash to pass feature if thats what you wanna call it, does nothing now. and now when i turn the lights off, the relay or w/e it is that controls the highs and lows make the loud clicking noise like it does when switching between the hi and lo beams. what now

i mean not a huge issue, but i want to make sure everything is right
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That's how mine, did pulling back to flash your high's work before you re wired it?
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yeah it did

but not a big deal. when i wanna really flash people, i have 4 hella's on the bumper. lol
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ill post up a pic of the plug on my 55w kit if you need

Black=ground
Red=Low beam
White= High beam

hmmmm how to explain it ........... ok take the blue plug and stick your finger in it
rounded part of it facing down and the flat part little nub the locks it in the the headlight harness facing up
left wire white middle wire black right wire red

double check that the hi/lo controler is pluged in all the way the junk kit they gave me was doing

o and did ya order one of these with your kit if ya didnt i defently would
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mine came with that
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Mine did too
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mine came with that
Really? wtf they made me pay 15 bucks for it so yours came with the relayed harness as well as the hi/low harness? you hooked up 2 postive wires and to ground wires?

man makes me disslike ddm even more
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oh i didnt pay attention to the relay part. no i just got the hi lo harness. the relayed harness really isnt necessary. i've run HID's on this truck since i bought it a year and a half ago and never had a problem. i think you wasted 15 bucks lol
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oh i didnt pay attention to the relay part. no i just got the hi lo harness. the relayed harness really isnt necessary. i've run HID's on this truck since i bought it a year and a half ago and never had a problem. i think you wasted 15 bucks lol
probley isnt necessary i would rather be safe then sorry though got to think your running 2 headlights off of one headlight plug with these kits
burnt wiring is not fun stuff to play with
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thats how i ran my old setup for nearly a year without a single problem. thats why i thought it was funny when i looked at the harness as it was nearly identical to the old harness I had that was custom put together by the guy i bought my projector housings from.
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kind of a stupid question, but if you were to change the wires on the actual headlight plug, would that not fix the issue? (switch hi/lo) rather than switching them on that blue connector...
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hmm it might? ill let someone else chime in for that though as im no electrical guru
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because the hi/lo module receives signal from the high wire, and the low wire, but it doesn't know the difference between the 2 of them... only the placement of the wires... nor is there a difference between the signal/voltage coming out of those wires (stock wiring)
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i would imagine it would work then. but i wouldn't bother modifying it incase i ever have to/want to put halogens in again.
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what you could do is use some of those disconnectors, before the headlight plug, so you can unplug, and switch back...
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that could work. but not really worth the time. well not my time at least lol

but definitely a good idea
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how much time do you have on your hands? 2 wire cuts, 4 strips, 4 crimps, done... take less time than actually changing the bulbs...

and i'm 99% sure that it would be the black wire that is ground
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it would be easyer just to change it at the blue hid plug i would contact ddm tech support about the issue if ya cant figure it out its either somthing hooked up wrong or they sent you a bad hi/low controler
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i should ask... being that i DON'T have HID's yet, where does that blue connector plug in?
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i should ask... being that i DON'T have HID's yet, where does that blue connector plug in?
the blue conector plugs into the plug that plugs into your headlight bulbs
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yeah blue connector plugs into the stock 9007 headlight plugs
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