So what's the more likely scenario that one side of my headlights is no longer turning on? Bulb or Ballast? It worked perfectly for a few days, then I noticed the passenger side headlight was not always coming on with the auto lamps, but the driver side was working perfectly. I would have to turn off the lights then manually turn them on for them to work. Now the passenger side fails to come on at all.
I'm using Morimoto 3Five from TRS
Hi lcaulford.:biggrin: Yes, but unfortunately while it is the best advice, it is not a suggestion you will like.well my driver side on wont come on. i plugged oem bulb in and it worked , so i tried replacing relay still didnt light up, used different ballast still not working tried new bulb still not lighting up i tried new grounds and checked the power input theyre all good. im stumped does anyone have any suggestions
Hi lcaulford.:biggrin: I understand. However, it does not matter. The unpleasant fact is still that halogen and HID systems are different and the Fusion's electrical/lighting system is not designed, engineered or manufactured to use an HID bulb system. You can't just slap HID bulbs and ballasts into a car designed for halogen bulbs, no matter how many harnesses, capacitors and other jury rigged parts the sellers of these kits try to add to make it temporarily work. This is exactly why you and most people who try to install an HID system in a non-HID equipped car will almost always have issues.@bbf2530 the kit im using is off of a 13 f150 i bought everything from the dealer with the exception of the connectors i had to get since the sockets are different. @ticholas the power is straight from battery and the signal comes from each seperate headlight harness , they use to not light up sometimes and id have to cycle it off n on again but now the one wont come on at all