When you are hooking up the harness there should be a little plug with only 2 wires on it. the female plug is on the bulb, that is the wire that changes from HI/LO. The male 2pin connector is on the harness.
So my friends and I hooked up hid's in my Corrado. 3k xenon on the fogs and 5k bi-xenon on the headlights. For some reason I only have hi beam in the headlights. It won't switch over. My one question to start deals with the wiring harness's. Bi-xenon wiring harness has 3 wires? Xenon has 2 wires? Or does anyone have any ideas what could be the problem any help would be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by Tk2g60; 03-07-2012 at 09:12 PM.
Awesome. This diagram made me realize that possibly I forgot to connect that one wire that recognizes the hi/lo beam. thanks I will look into this ASAP. I also noticed this was your first post. welcome to vortex and thanks again. I'll post in hear when I find out the results
Well that's you're problem right there
I'll spare you the rest of the lecture tho. I'm sure you've heard it.
My experience and knowledge with HID's is mostly projector retrofits...and some OEM HID setups.
However, the harness you are using is probably the same, or close to some that I have used.
So what happens exactly? When you turn your headlights on, in the low beam position, is there no light or do the high beams come on? Is the high beam indicator lit up on the dash in both high beam and low beam positions?
Last edited by leftside; 03-15-2012 at 01:08 AM.
Ok so I figured out the problem. I didn't have the two plugs connected that realizes the differences for the high low beam. So now I have both hi and lo but now my parking light on the driver side doesn't work for some reason cause it did before. Also now I can't figure out why the hid's in the fogs aren't working cause they were before too I do have faith that it will all work soon enough though thanks for all the help so far. That diagram really helped me think about what was going on