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Old 01-10-2009, 03:53 PM   #11
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yah, i was going to buy them from retro. didn't know if i had to buy seperatly or not. thanx
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Old 01-10-2009, 06:20 PM   #12
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So you just can't replace your bulbs with these xenon bulbs? You have to do the whole kit?
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I did an install write up in here a week or so ago. I bought a relay, but didn't need one. Apparently the bi-xenon come with one. SO, I will use the extra relay when I install my fogs.

And no trixstar u cannot just add the bulbs, you need the ballasts, relay, etc.
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how do you get rid of the Bulb out warning my 2004 f150 Heritage (Old Body) style has a headlight out cause I do not have the drivers side plugged into anything? Any idea on how to fix that? And my kit is a Bi-Xenon and it can tell if it change's to hi or low or what says a sliding bi-xenon Kit?




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how do you get rid of the Bulb out warning my 2004 f150 Heritage (Old Body) style has a headlight out cause I do not have the drivers side plugged into anything? Any idea on how to fix that? And my kit is a Bi-Xenon and it can tell if it change's to hi or low or what says a sliding bi-xenon Kit?




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it should be working you installed an bi xenon kit on your 04 f150 right. check your grounds, power wire, and what not does your passenger headlight work. it shouldnt matter but i guess if worse comes to worse then just try to hook the drivers side plug into the kit and see what effect you get.
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