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Old 03-18-2013, 11:13 PM
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Originally Posted by gixxerjeff View Post
Does this happen also with the driving/fog lights too?
Nope, the fogs you can literally run any off the shelf system plug them in and away they go.
To add to what's been posted up above you can now get CANBUS ballasts, these have the resistors built in and will eliminate any issues with flickering or bulb out issues. Another option is to buy a quality HID kit then get the error eliminators from DDM tuning, they are inexpensive and work great and as an added bonus they will make the system entirely plug and play, no need for relays and a wiring kit. For us canucks with daytime running lights, if your wanting HID's the only option is to run separate wiring with relays. The 4th gens however run the hi's at low voltage for DRL's. Most don't do their hi's anyway.
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