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Old 11-04-2012, 07:17 PM   #21
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having issues with my ddm tunning today... when i switched them off they didnt turn off... had to pull the relay for them to go off... never had this prblem before but may be worth going to morimoto...
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I using the 55W DDM kit with in my halos. They have actually been really reliable. I've had them installed for over 2 years with no issues. I did install the relay harness with them.
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Old 11-04-2012, 10:12 PM   #23
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I using the 55W DDM kit with in my halos. They have actually been really reliable. I've had them installed for over 2 years with no issues. I did install the relay harness with them.
and that is with an h13 relay harness correct?
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gracias. o and would you happen to have pictures of where you put everything. I know i couldn't really find a place to put my resistors for my turn signals so they're just dangling. i don't really want to have a pathetic looking engine bay...
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I have several of their kits. head (low only) and fog on my focus, hi/low on my bronco, and had low on an escape. they work great and have a lifetime warranty. I had a ballast go out on one of the headlights in the focus. contacted them and sent it back and received a new one. total time from contact to reinstall was a week! Only isue I've had is when it's really cold they may not start up the first time you turn them on; hit the switch a couple times and works fine. I would also recommend getting the power harness for them for added reliability.

Overall they are great for the money and include lifetime warranty. I would recommend them to anyone (and have several times).
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:44 AM   #27
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I have several of their kits. head (low only) and fog on my focus, hi/low on my bronco, and had low on an escape. they work great and have a lifetime warranty. I had a ballast go out on one of the headlights in the focus. contacted them and sent it back and received a new one. total time from contact to reinstall was a week! Only isue I've had is when it's really cold they may not start up the first time you turn them on; hit the switch a couple times and works fine. I would also recommend getting the power harness for them for added reliability.

Overall they are great for the money and include lifetime warranty. I would recommend them to anyone (and have several times).
good to know. didn't realize they had a lifetime warranty. appreciate it

So i guess the question now is, where did everyone put their ballasts and harnesses?
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