|05-20-2013 09:27 PM|
|freakwithracket||Isn't the relay pull thing only for the older Focuses? My understanding was that the DRL on the Mk2s were controlled by the ECU or something to that nature. If I am wrong that would be great, and in that case could you point me to a relay/fuse diagram with this fuse labeled?|
|05-20-2013 08:56 PM|
If I'm not mistaken, the High beam control on the H13 harness bypasses the relays which comes straight from the H13 socket. Check your factory harness. TRS is correct about that issue.
About your one headlight issue. if you have DRL, I.E you place your vehicle in drive, headlights come on(with factory halogens), HIDs will not work if the DRL mode is on. you will need to turn on your headlights EVERY time you drive. To fix this, look inside your fuse box under the bonnet and pull out your fuse for the DRLs. This should fix your issue.
|05-19-2013 03:28 PM|
|freakwithracket||So im still confused. I fixed. The high beam issue. I replaced the harness. However, i stil have the issue of only getting 1 light on when the car is put into drive. With the light switch though, both light up.|
|05-16-2013 07:06 PM|
|A7xschecter6661||I had the same issue, are you emailing them or calling them? I called them and they shipped me a new relay box right away for free.|
|05-15-2013 01:36 PM|
Not really sure about the DRL..we got the car used so they were just like that..I'm not sure if I like them or not, because on the one hand it will use the bulbs up faster, but on the other, the car is really more visible with them on, especially with the HIDs installed.
Yes, I personally installed the Mini H1 projectors. It is my 4th retrofit and the first time I have had problems. The guys at TRS are either BSing me to just don't know what they are talking about. I also think the issue is with the harness/control box.
So like I said, nothing happens when I hit the high beams. Now, I tested and found 12V on both wires that go to the projectors...so that sort of explains the shutter not activating. So there is a short in the harness or the relay box somewhere bc one of those wires should be ground. Then, I swapped out the relay box for the one that was in my Jetta (an H4 harness) and with that installed the low beams cut out when the high switch was activated. I attribute this to the fact that the boxes may not be wired exactly the same...but at least there was some sort of response to the highs being activated, I really think it is the harness. I just wanted to make sure that nobody was having this problem, and that the H13 harness was plug and play without any other modifications, like resistors for example..
|05-15-2013 01:25 PM|
The only lights that come on in my car are the front marker/turn signals.
Did you buy the morimoto mini h1s?
If your highs aren't working and your lows are its the little control box shown on the wire harness up a few posts. Same thing happened to mine.
|05-15-2013 12:58 PM|
|freakwithracket||My fiance has a 2010 Focus and I used this guide to do a retrofit. I am wondering if anyone has had issues with the high beams? My highs don't activate they just stay on the lows. Also, when the lights are activated as a result of putting the car in drive, only one light activates and the other stays off. But, when I manually turn on the lights via the switch before putting the car in drive, both lights come on...I am confused. I suspect it is the wiring harness, but the guys at the Retrofitsource keep saying it is something wrong with the stock wiring..has anyone else had problems with their harness?|
|05-02-2013 10:15 AM|
|A7xschecter6661||Yes that will plug into an h13 bulb pigtail|
|05-01-2013 10:56 AM|
Specifically, I don't have this: I assume this is the 3 pin connection that goes to factory wiring.
Plug by DarderSauce, on Flickr
|04-29-2013 07:00 PM|
Did you order a harness FOR H13? Mine was specific for it, seen here
Plugged into the bulb socket
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