I know its my HID's causing low voltage while stiin in traffic so how do i fix it?
I think he is talking about his voltage guage droping when he is stopped in traffic. Not a Lamp Out light.KB112 said:There is a way to measure the resistance going to the HIDs, by adding the proper resistor it tricks the electrical system into feeling the "stock" draw of voltage. Therefore should eliminate any lamp out lights and I assume keep your voltage from fluctuation, unless there is another issue at hand.
Yes.DodgeThisHemi said:Dont HIDs have less draw on them then normal headlights?
I know, but the resistor should keep the voltage at normal range. Thereby eliminating the fluctuation if the HIDs are truly causing the problems. This is what I have been told/heard in the past. I am not 100% sure though, so I could be talking out my ass. :booty:DodgeThisHemi said:I think he is talking about his voltage guage droping when he is stopped in traffic. Not a Lamp Out light.