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From what I understand the accessory wiring harness simply gives you a better connection to the battery/ground... it doesnt provide resistance, so how/why would the error's go out? To get rid of BOW's you need proper resistance and this doesn't provide it... care to elaborate on how you accomplished what you did with just this wiring harness?
The accessory wiring harness's relay is triggered/powered by the lighting harness on the car. (That way, when you turn on your lights, that energizes the relay to then draw power from the battery and route it to the ballasts.) In the case of my 2010 Fusion, that "draw" to energize the relay is enough to satisfy the car to keep the "lights on" while the engine is running.
So I bought an HID kit, using D2S bulbs because it seems like they will fit perfectly into a D1S socket, I will probably have to rig them up to hold them in though, but that shouldnt be a big deal. The issue i'm having though is the relay harness... they sell all kinds of them on ebay... H11... 9005 9006, etc... I'm not sure which one will plug in, are they all unique or something? The connectors look like normal aftermarket HID connectors though, so it shouldnt matter right? They are the same one's that DDM Tuning sells, except for $15 bucks shipped, not $15 plus another $15 for shipping which is nuts. Please advise...