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Conversation Between Bordin and DManWalkin
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  1. DManWalkin
    11-11-2011 05:58 PM
    Thank you, I can't seem to figure out the problem with mine, maybe i just need to secure the connections better
  2. Bordin
    11-08-2011 03:21 PM
    Hey sorry about taking long to reply, works been hell. But Ive never adjusted my lights. My ballasts are mounted behind my headlights so I can never really get in there and feel. My right one flickers when I turn it on sometimes than stays on though, So I don't know whats going on with that one. I might look at her this weekend.
  3. DManWalkin
    11-07-2011 09:30 PM
    hey I got a question when you were adjusting your lights did you ever feel the error code eliminators? did they ever get overly hot? My driver side is doing it and my driver side light keeps going on and off and I'm not sure if it has to do with that or not?
  4. DManWalkin
    08-23-2011 09:29 AM
    Awesome thank you, I'm just waiting for these eliminators to get shipped and if I have any further problems I'll be sure to ask.
  5. Bordin
    08-21-2011 03:56 PM
    Hey man,
    To be honest with you one of my HIDs were flickering when I started up my engine the first time after the install... I made a loose connection in the projectors. Its just male female connectors I guess I forgot to ream on it before I closed.

    But I did actually take some measurements after everything was done I was pulling full voltage out of the plugs.
    And the error codes are a hit or miss for our new rams, I installed them just incase. And they have been working like a charm so I'd stick to getting them.

    If you need any help at all just send me a message, i'm around here constantly
  6. DManWalkin
    08-21-2011 01:09 PM
    Hey did you ever measure the power output to your lights? Do the error code eliminators make it so your lights don't flicker?


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