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Old 06-22-2013, 11:42 PM
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Installed Xenonsupply 9006 HID conversion kit 4300K with premium ballasts (include Canbus and anti-flicker capacitor with wiring harness). Absolutely no problems from our ECM with flickering or bulb out. I had a set of these on a Grand Cherokee for 4 years without any problems or bulbs out. They work fantastic.

Kit with ballasts are about $160-180 but use coupon "facebook10" to get another 10% off.

Sorry the pics are taken with the truck parked pointing down hill, but you can see the nice cut off and the great light output. I'll have to get some highway shots on here.

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do these get hot? I worry about melting etc, or too much power draw for the stock wiring. I don't know too much about this. do you do the install?
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Nice job on the install. I am running 13 headlights on my 09 ram and I was fairly impressed with how well the stock projector handled the HID bulb... for a while anyways.

Then the mod but bit me and I had a set of FX-R HID projectors dropped in. Something to consider if you ever feel the need to get more from your headlights.
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do these get hot? I worry about melting etc, or too much power draw for the stock wiring. I don't know too much about this. do you do the install?

Thanks guys. These are 35W bulbs and if you get the wiring harness (like $15) you will never have any problems. I've put this exact kit in multiple vehicles I've had for years and never a single problem. They are high quality. My wife drives an Audi A7 and I actually prefer the light output in my ram with these lights/projectors versus her factory HIDs.

You won't regret the upgrade. Install is easy, just a little extra work taking the grill off but no biggie. But again, whatever kit you get, make SURE your ballasts have Canbus and anti flicker capacitors built in or you will have trouble from our evic/ECM in these rams.

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