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Old 10-07-2013, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by swat View Post
Hey I have a 2013 ram sport with the projector low beams. I've been using the canbus generation 3 kit 35 watt 6000k. This has been a nightmare for me!! The ballast and bulbs for the HID kit on the passenger side have burned out on my twice now this summer and i've only had the truck 5 months. Its a good quality kit, canbus 3 no wiring harness and no flickering issues, but they keep burning out. So i dont' know what to do now. This is driving me insane too, i can't stand halogen bulbs, the light they emit are just garage. I can't believe dodge cheaped out on the HID kits for these trucks, the 2013 F-150's have HID kit stock with there projector low beams!! I dont even want to drive this truck at night now with stock halogens!

Any suggestions are help would be great. I bought my kit from Ottawa, Ontario, this is the website.

http://www.jaedarautomotive.com
Could simply be a grounding issue. I ran a wire from each ballast to the battery for grounding. Don't trust the metal around the lamp assemblies, there is some resistance there.
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