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Old 12-27-2013, 01:06 AM   #21
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Old 12-27-2013, 03:02 AM   #22
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Knew it could be done, how did You make the xenon work ? In mine its not plug and play. Alle the lights work except the xenon. Got a tip today I will try, but if You have something to add it would be cool. :)
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Knew it could be done, how did You make the xenon work ? In mine its not plug and play. Alle the lights work except the xenon. Got a tip today I will try, but if You have something to add it would be cool. :)
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You should use a relay and a new line from fuse box. 5 pin relay have to use a trigger, for this you can use low beam line.
After this setup; my DRL's are in high when I open the door or use without xenon's; when low beam activate (Xenon) DRL's going down low position. high beam is same as halogens.
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You should use a relay and a new line from fuse box. 5 pin relay have to use a trigger, for this you can use low beam line.
After this setup; my DRL's are in high when I open the door or use without xenon's; when low beam activate (Xenon) DRL's going down low position. high beam is same as halogens.
Could You please post some photos, of Your wiring and relay ? Thank You.
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Hey guys.

Yesterday I installed a relay, a 40 amp 4 pin relay, and the lights work perfectly, when the car is off. When I start the engine, after 5 - 10 sec. the relay starts clicking and the lights start blinking. The wires gets warm, but not that warm.

Any ideas ? Maybe a bad relay or wiring ?
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