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Old 10-27-2009, 03:18 PM
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Ok, I will try to explain this the best way I can.....
Your HID kit comes with bulbs with a positive and negative wire coming off of it. The resistor should jump between those two wires. You also will probably need a relay, and from what I can tell in your original post you have.
There should be 4 prongs on that relay, 1 is constant power (direct to battery) 1 is remote turn on (wire from dash switch to headlight connector) 1 for turn on of accessory (your case HIDs) 1 for ground of relay and accessory.
Now, what you do is 1:Run a FUSED wire from your battery to the constant on the relay. 2: Run ground wire from both Negative wires on HId to ground prong on relay. 3: Run ground wire from negative battery post or good chassis ground to ground prong on relay (same prong as in step 2) 4: Run turn on wire from vehicle oem plug (low beam) to turn on prong on relay. 5: splice in resistor between posi/neg wires on harness coming from HID bulb. 6: Run positive wire from HID kit to last prong

Now....sice you have a bi-xenon kit you will have to connect (which are probably a little red and little black wire coming off of your bulb) to the high beam side and ground from the oem plug

I dont have any pictures to help you, and I hope this didnt confuse you, but when it comes to HID and Dodges, its kinda like oil & water. You can always pm or call 3b specialties, one of our vendors here, they can give you help as well
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