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post #181 of 308 Old 04-18-2011, 02:25 PM
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do these wiring kits for the HID on dodge rams come with a constant 12v wire?

so it doesnt fade in using the power off the stock wiring for the headlights...
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do these wiring kits for the HID on dodge rams come with a constant 12v wire?

so it doesnt fade in using the power off the stock wiring for the headlights...
Power is pulled from the battery directly and not through the factory wiring if that is what you are asking. Pulling through the factory wiring is a big no-no on these trucks.


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alrighty thanks for the update...
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Just for my info.......from my understanding HIDS will scatter light output everywhere on standard headlights, to facilitate the need for projectors?

And is there really a need for 55w? HIDS are already bright as hell. My concern is the output projection. It pisses me off when i see guys come behind me or especially incoming traffic with aftermarket HIDS...so friggin blinding....I'd hate to do that to others at the expense of better viewing of the road....?


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Just for my info.......from my understanding HIDS will scatter light output everywhere on standard headlights, to facilitate the need for projectors?

And is there really a need for 55w? HIDS are already bright as hell. My concern is the output projection. It pisses me off when i see guys come behind me or especially incoming traffic with aftermarket HIDS...so friggin blinding....I'd hate to do that to others at the expense of better viewing of the road....?
There is always some residual glare resulting from HID conversions into halogen reflector lamps, that is true. How much depends on the quality of the kit bulbs and the optics. 35w or 55w, assuming the proper bulbs are used in each, the resulting beam pattern is the same, so intensity is irrelevant to the incidence of glaring.
With projectors, as long as they are made for HID, 35w or 55w once again does not really matter.
HID or any type of ligthting in any wattage operation will be blinding if made inexpensively, using poor optics, or most problematic if its not aimed correctly!


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Just a quick question for confirmation. When putting the HID's in the fogs on 4th gens, they are plug and play, correct? As in, I don't need a wiring harness and resistors.

Also, I have a set of nightvisions in my headlights, with the harness and resistors from 0212353 (Jeremy). I'm having intermittent issues with my driver's side headlight not firing on occasion. I've checked fuses and the wiring multiple times, but the issue keeps happening. Not sure if this would be plausible, but my ballasts are mounted directly to the frame. Is it possible that the ballast is causing a short or grounding issue? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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Fogs are plug n play - very easy.

Having issues? How are the grounds Joe? I'm no HID guru - thats reason number 412 why I use Todd for all of my HIDs - his customer service kicks ass and he knows this stuff!

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It's not a huge deal as it happens infrequently, but it's enough to cause irritation. I used the factory grounding locations, so I assume they are grounded well. I'm not extremely worried about it, but I was just wondering if Todd might have a few pointers. I'm still in love with these headlights though. Still my favorite mod on my truck.

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It's not a huge deal as it happens infrequently, but it's enough to cause irritation. I used the factory grounding locations, so I assume they are grounded well. I'm not extremely worried about it, but I was just wondering if Todd might have a few pointers. I'm still in love with these headlights though. Still my favorite mod on my truck.


When it happens, the pass side one fires up with no issues?

Reason I ask, the pass side gets its "trigger" from the driver's side. So, if the wiring on the drivers' light is loose, etc - it would do this on both sides. Well, there's my knowledge. LOL

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Yeah, never had an issue with the passenger side. It's got me stumped for the same reason.

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Yeah, never had an issue with the passenger side. It's got me stumped for the same reason.
Our rule of thumb is not to use factory grounds but rather make your own. The factory grounds you end up relying on ever connection in between and just can never be sure. Its recommended to make your own ground directly to the frame using another existing body bolt. Remove the bolt, sand down to bare shiny metal, apply dielectric grease, and bolt it back down with the ring underneath.


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I installed 55W 6000 H13 High/Low Bi-Xenon kit on my 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 ST (Dual Headlamps) yesterday and only really checked out the brightness of them this morning on the way to work. What a difference! Very bright with a semi-blueish tint on them as opposed to the OEM standard Halogen bulbs. I slightly researched other HID Kits and found this forum through Google search and found by reading through some of the post on how to find the right assembly. I only became a member of DodgeTalk today to post to this forum board on the quality of this HID Kit. The instructions were simple enough to follow but the simplified schematic for my kit didn't show the resistors (I had to come back to the website during the install to make sure and there was an operations note of the resistors on the kits page. Common sense told me to ground them as they had terminals installed for ground connections. Other than that the install turned out good. I will try to post pics on here when I have the chance. Thanks Todd for supplying this HID kit!
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I installed 55W 6000 H13 High/Low Bi-Xenon kit on my 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 ST (Dual Headlamps) yesterday and only really checked out the brightness of them this morning on the way to work. What a difference! Very bright with a semi-blueish tint on them as opposed to the OEM standard Halogen bulbs. I slightly researched other HID Kits and found this forum through Google search and found by reading through some of the post on how to find the right assembly. I only became a member of DodgeTalk today to post to this forum board on the quality of this HID Kit. The instructions were simple enough to follow but the simplified schematic for my kit didn't show the resistors (I had to come back to the website during the install to make sure and there was an operations note of the resistors on the kits page. Common sense told me to ground them as they had terminals installed for ground connections. Other than that the install turned out good. I will try to post pics on here when I have the chance. Thanks Todd for supplying this HID kit!
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I have a question: I just install some hid 35w 6k on my 2011 ram and when I start up my truck I get a lot of flickering but when it off it don't what's my problem also it's low voltage too when running?

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I have a question: I just install some hid 35w 6k on my 2011 ram and when I start up my truck I get a lot of flickering but when it off it don't what's my problem also it's low voltage too when running?
I got your voicemail - I'll give you a buzz and make sure everything seems right. Todd's the man on the wiring, I'll do my best to see whats up with them though!

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Okay, cool I will wait before I tear back into it to take it back out. I think that since the wire harness didn't come with those gold capitator that maybe it.

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Nah, these don't need that. Just a cap link. I'm finishing up a few quick things here and I'll give you a buzz in about 10-15.

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