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Old 05-16-2011, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by nickrolando View Post
Hello all,

I will be doing HIDs in my truck within the next 2 weeks. I have been purchasing HID's from a specific company with good luck for over 2 years for my cars and friend's car. My question is my company sends "Anti-Flicker Capacitor Wiring Harness" for cars that have comptuter on board problems and flickering.

I will be installing HID's in the headlights (Low-Beam HID, High-Beam Halogen), and HID's in the Fog Lights.

If I use a relay harness directly to battery and the anti-flicker harness for the headlights and install the fog lights plug and play, will I have any problems with the flickering or the lamp out indicator?

Truck does not have DRL's or Auto-Lights.

Thank you in advance,

Nick R.
The fogs are plug and play but you must use cancelers between the balast and harness and also use the relay harness and youll be good to go i did mine in a 2011 the lows and fogs and i have the dtrl and i have n/p's
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