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Old 07-28-2010, 08:00 PM
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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

Yes, Scott has relays installed also. Every plug should be used
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:19 PM
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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

Here is a pic of my fog. There are 4 wires coming from the HID bulb. The 2 black wires with the thin round plugs are connected to the balast. The other black and white wires have one male and one female plug on the ends. They are not connected to anything and just pass through the rubber boot which doesn't let the boot properly sit on the base of the bulb.


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Old 07-29-2010, 09:34 AM
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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

Alright, you must have something connected incorrectly., Do you have your relay installed properly?

Its been over a year since I did my install, but I'm pretty sure you should hook up all the wiring before u connect to the bulb, then youll be able to see what you need to do.

And yes, you need to use your factory plugs!
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so....those just pass through the rubber boot? Your lights work fine? Just leave them then or cut them off. No idea why those would be on there.....
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Old 07-29-2010, 09:44 AM
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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

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so....those just pass through the rubber boot? Your lights work fine? Just leave them then or cut them off. No idea why those would be on there.....
Yeah, if I remember correctly? I thoughttttttt my lights only had those small little clips on the bulb...which then went to the ballast...

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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

Yeah the lights work perfect. I was thinking about it last night and maybe that extra wire might be a pass-through for a high beam setup?
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hmmmm...I have no idea. maybe steve will se this thread and answer
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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

Those are just simply for a straight PNP setup without a relay. You would plug the female end into the stock male harness and then plug the male end into the ballast. That way, when the lights turn on, the ballast gets the signal. If you are using a relay, the stock male harness connects to the relay and then the relay powers the ballast.

I just cut those off of my bulbs and now I have 2 nice spare sets of 9006 connectors.

This is what I was talking about when I installed my HID kit. At first I was concerned I wasn't using all the connectors, but they are not necessary at all when you use a relay. However, it is possible to use them...if you connect one end to the stock harness and then the other end to the relay, the lights will still work. However, its really only creating an extension.
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Hmm they must have changed their bulbs then from xenondepot
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Re: Xenondepot HID Fog Question

Steve said they are there for cars that have a dust cover to seal off the entire headlamp. They aren't needed for the WK so you can cut them and silicone the holes.
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