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Old 01-20-2009, 09:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question !!!QUESTION!!! Anyone know how to bypass!!!

i have a 2005 verona and i herd its not good to have HID lights on a car that had daytime running lights. something about when the key is in the on position the lights turn on then cut off in between on and start position. they say thats burns them out faster it needs to be a consistant current. well anyways i wanna get HID's for it and wanna know if theres anyway to bypass the daytime running lights. thank you
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i have a 2005 verona and i herd its not good to have HID lights on a car that had daytime running lights. something about when the key is in the on position the lights turn on then cut off in between on and start position. they say thats burns them out faster it needs to be a consistant current. well anyways i wanna get HID's for it and wanna know if theres anyway to bypass the daytime running lights. thank you
Hi Kraz
Instead of bypassing the drl`s . Try pulling on your emerg. break before starting up. This should shut off the lights until you disingage the break.
Shaun
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yea thats a nice temp fix but i would also like to bypass because i seem to forget alot and dont wanna mess up with hid's because they arent cheap to fix but thanx
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I just installed HID's on my wife's Verona. I discovered that on DRL, the lamp is getting a pulsed or chopped 12v signal. This will destroy the HID ballast eventually. In most cases it will not start up as HID's require about 2 times the current to start. The pulsed 12 v is enough to hold a relay closed, so I installed a 30 amp relay using the headlight power to close the relay only, then fed both headlights from the one relay drawing power from a 30 amp fusible link direct from the battery. Works great.

Update: Hella relay # H41388131 Weatherproof harness & connector Hella # H84709001

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Old 01-28-2009, 06:21 PM   #5 (permalink)
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hummm.... that was kinda confuseing to me so i think what ur saying is to run the positive wire from the lamps to a fuse box with 30 amp which is connected to the battery??? wont the headlights then stay on. unless theres is a switch to power it on and off
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no, you will use a 30 amp headlight relay to switch power directly from a fused connection to the battery. One side of the normaly open contacts of the relay will go to the power source, the other side will go to the + connection at the HID ballast. One side of the relay coil connection will go to ground, the other coil connection will go to the original headlight low beam wiring harness.
If you were able to source the Hella part numbers for the relay and harness that I provided in my previous post, i could give you connections by terminal number.
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