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Old 11-29-2010
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I'm thinking about getting this kit soon so I hope we can both get it right!

Still no luck?
Nothing Id go with a diffrent kit
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I thought you got everything figured out.
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Are you sure the Hi/Low relay for the kit is not wired wrong... Call DDM and see what they say
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Are you sure the Hi/Low relay for the kit is not wired wrong... Call DDM and see what they say
All the clips only go in 1 way. I'm thinking about turing the clip around to the ballasts and see if that does it.
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All the clips only go in 1 way. I'm thinking about turing the clip around to the ballasts and see if that does it.
I know all the clips go one way but sometime the wires are mixed up in the clips
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I know all the clips go one way but sometime the wires are mixed up in the clips
My blue headlight plug, I still dont know what wires go where. So I'm just gonna swap the ballast plug an see what happens
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If your lights come on that tells me that the ballast plug is good and its something in the High beam relay. who knows the relay could be bad. If i were you I would call DDM and tell them whats going on and what they would suggest
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If your lights come on that tells me that the ballast plug is good and its something in the High beam relay. who knows the relay could be bad. If i were you I would call DDM and tell them whats going on and what they would suggest
I will at some point
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My friend has the same problem as you. he just bought a 9007 kit from them, we installed it yesterday in his 95 Bronco and same sh*t. The wire sequence goes Blue, Brown (It looks orange to me) and white if you're looking at the blue plug with the round side down flat side up. I called DDM to ask the sequence and even with it correct, it does the same thing as yours does and one light even flickers when you turn on the high beams.

so you're not the only one lol
I dont know if he cares or not because he was excited they were in and looked way better but Im sure he does because he would of spent less money with a low beam only kit
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Old 12-07-2010
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Found this on DDM's site

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Still no luck with it?
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Still no luck with it?
Nope what a waste, I'm gonna go back to my 35w 6K.
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This is the right way to hook up this kit.

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Figured it out.
High beam- Red to green/ black
Ground- black to black
Low beam- White to white/ green
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Glad you got it figured out. I'm getting a set this spring...
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You might want to get the DDM stuff now, they're going to not carry HID's for much longer
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i talked to them just the other day, had to set up an rma, they are doing some expanding and got rid of a few sku's temporarily while they move and finish it up. i asked the same thing to the guys and its even on there site. slim balasts will be back in stock in 3-4 weeks
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hmmm that's good to know
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Out put pics
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This is the right way to hook up this kit.




Figured it out.
High beam- Red to green/ black
Ground- black to black
Low beam- White to white/ green

Thanks for that. It just helped me wire my projectors right
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