here is for everyone that can crimp or better solder few wires together, how to make your own harness for Flicker Free HID lights
get 4 yes (four) 50w 6 ohm resistors , ebay is the cheapest. or wherever u want to get them...
and if you can-- follow the schematic below.
make sure you bolt the resistors to the metal chassis not plastic parts or you going to have problem!!!!! it will melt or catch fire in the worst case...its as hot as your 50w light bulb....
Your lenses aren't built for HIDs. They work really well cause they blind everyone else. If nothing else adjust them down some. Don't be "that guy". I have four 6" lightforces on the front of my truck that make it so I can see really well but I don't drive with them on cause that would make me an a$# hole. Think about it. Your HID kit isn't dot approved for a reason.
160622717287 here is a ebay item that i installed for my Bi-Xenon kit.
plus resistors. this harnes will make your Lo beams stay on if you accidentally turn Hi on.
all working first try no flicker.... 50w 6ohm resistors from rbay. same resistors that Recon sells for $$$$$$$$$$ u can get 4 for half the price.
make sure you have resistors on both Passenger and Driver side of your truck.
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