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Need Hid Wiring Help!!

well i got my hid kit in and i bout the single beam ones 8000k.

but when i opened package i saw the bulbs with 2 bulbs inside and the cover sais 9007 H/L withc is the even more expenceive high and low beam. so i was happy abut that cause thoes were going for like 300$

anyways i dont knwo how to wire these the directions only say for single beam ones. now it sais i got to hole saw out my headlight to fit it in but it didnt give me a bracket that it shoed in the pic?. then from the bulb it has 2 connectors one red thta connedts to balast then one black that connects to balast. then ther are 2 Yellow wires just hanging around with no connectors??? what do they go to???

then from the HL harness that it plugs into there are a red wire and a black that is not connected to anything?? what do they connect to?

last is that ther is a cap on the bulbs does that come off when i put teh bulbs in??

thanx i really need any help i can get seems a lot harder then everyone said it was.
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oh man i have no clue..dude pics might help

when i did mine it was plug and play the connectors only went in one way..so it worked..i might be able to get you in the right direction if you posted some pics
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post pics deff.
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i think i know what it is. the harness it gives is universal for high and low. the highbeam uses the blue and black wire on the harness. the 2 yellow wires are the highbeam in the bulb that is prob like a 100W light like the hella light bulbs.

is ther any right why to wire the bulb the 100w light? like witch wire to black and blue to what color?
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dude i have no clue i didnt have to cut any wires nothin just plug and play...call em up and ask
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i think it goes to the high beam u just connect the wires from the socket to the bulb.
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but we got one light for that..so what would you do there..i guess you could wire it to your hella..

id call the company up tomorrow and ask em..
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well its a high low bulb set up. i just checked it on a 12v car batery i got laying around the small bulb is a reg halogen bulb that is wired to bypass the basist and go straight to the bulb the 2 yellow wires and the hid the long bulb is the low beam that goes straight to the balist as the plug and play.

the harness they gave me is universal for single beam and twin beam. ill get some pics up tomorrow of how they look. id do it now but its pooring out and i dont got a garage to do it in :(
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so you got a high and low beam HID kit for a price or a low beam HID kit?
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Exactly!!! lol i was confused when i saw it i thought it was only 1 long bulb but this one had 2 bulbs lol the little one is like a 100w halogen lamp u put intoyour hellas. and the big is a hid. the 100w bulb bypasses the system and goes straight to the bulb to get 12v.

i put them in this morning at 4:30am lol i could not wait and rain finaly let up.
they look awesome and i re adjusted but i got to check it tonight it became to bright out when i finished.

i got a couple pics ill put them in tthe other forum. i got to get more tonight.
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Is it dark enough yet? I wanna see!!!
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so how you like..em i promise you for now on..any vechile you own will have HIDs..they MAKE such a difference its crazy
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