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Old 12-11-2009
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would a 9005/9006 relay kit also fit the 9007 HiDs? I was looking on e-bay and some say they fit all 9000 series, and some are only 9005/9006 or 9007/9008
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Old 12-27-2009
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hahahaha ya you cant turn the drls off i had to run with the parking brake on one click and they were fine. the drls are pulse modulated the the voltage is on off on off on off really fast. HIDs dont like that.
on older ranger i think there was a fuse for the drls but on my 08 it was part of the SJB so the only way to turn them off would be to find a SJB (smart junction box) out of a ranger with out DRLs.... or just rewire everything and run right off the battery and hard wire a switch....not the way i would do it. dont know what the relay does but i have heard they help for all cars with the flickering not working problem.
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