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Old 07-29-2013, 03:47 PM
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I've got a similar problem with mine from Jeremy. They fire, but then they go out after a minute or so. I've got to check the connections tonite.
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I've got a similar problem with mine from Jeremy. They fire, but then they go out after a minute or so. I've got to check the connections tonite.
Sounds like a bad relay.
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Sounds like a bad relay.
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If they are working then fade, then it isnt a ballast issue rather the relay, capacitor (corroded). Check along the relay harness and the relay itself
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i got mine to work. had a loose connection, the red 2 wires that run from battery to fuse was little wiggly. I tapped it and it turned on, i used some electrical tape so now its stiff. i hope one day these lights dont screw up my TIPM
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i got mine to work. had a loose connection, the red 2 wires that run from battery to fuse was little wiggly. I tapped it and it turned on, i used some electrical tape so now its stiff. i hope one day these lights dont screw up my TIPM

Been running HID kits on my trucks for over 15 years, never had an issue, get a good kit, with a good harness and your good. Oh and I have over 15 kits out there now, no one has come back, My first HID was a mcculloch, paid over 2k for it. Still running today, Same bulbs also. Never had a TIPM go out on me.
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i got them from retro solutions site . from what i heard here on the forums they should be good. i have used what came with the kits what i needed for my truck from them. nothing else
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