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Old 05-19-2012, 01:46 AM
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Exclamation 2nd Gen Headlight issue!

I have a 99 ram with after market headlamps. Only because the
originals were damaged. My last set required one 9004 bulb per side.
These new headlamps take 2 H1 bulbs per side now. The assembly came with one HID for the low beam - works great - can see the world...
I took out the halogen H1 and put in an HID kit for the highs. now, every time I switch over, a fuse blows... How can I fix this problem.
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You might need a hid up grade wire kit with hevy duty wires and relays to handel load.
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