*If you have a hid kit that is hid low and halogen high, You will not need to do this. Simply buy some capacitor packs and install. Check out the thread Hid for dummies for further help.
Bixenon kits only follow this below, i.e. hid lowbeam hid highbeam
1. HID kit
2. 2 or 4 6/8ohm 50 watt resistors (depending on single/dual beam HID kits)
3. 2 9007 female connectors
4. Thermal tubing
5. Butt connectors/Solder
6. Heat shrink
First install the HID kit you bought. Test it out, If you experiance flickering, strobing, flashing, turning on and then turning off, LAMP OUT light etc. You will need to do the following.
*** IF you do not want to use resistors that's fine there are other ways such as using Caps or buying a more expensive HID kit.
NEXT starting with the easy part, the Passenger side
With this side all your doing is tricking the FCM as to if there is a 50/55watt bulb there. Simply use a 9007 connector and add the resistors to both beams or just one beam.Then ground it.
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Plug it in and and test the lights again...
***REMEMBER RESISTORS DO GET HOT SOO DON'T TOUCH WHEN ON AND WATCH WHERE YOU MOUNT THEM AT
***If you still have any issues follow the next steps.
Moving on to the driver's side
This is where you have a few ways of doing this but I will describe mine.
Do the same thing as you did on the passenger side. Then take the wiring from the HID kit and follow the following picture.
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Once this is done connect it to the trucks 9007 male connector and test it out. At this point you are done and the lights should work.
IN A NUTSHELL:
IF YOU DON'T WANT TO MAKE THESE YOU CAN BUY THESE PRE MADE FROM HERE:
50W Resistor Plug Play Pack
Don't know what bulb your truck has, visit the below link:
OSRAM SYLVANIA - Replacement Guide - Start
CONFUSED AS TO HOW THE WIRING GOES TOGETHER WITH YOUR NEW BI XENON KIT?
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