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#1 Old 11-17-2012, 05:14 PM
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Cool HID Lighting Problem!!

I am trying to install an HID Xenon Hi/Lo kit into an '07 Caliber. The kit is plug and play and the moment i connect it to the battery the car tries to start itself, even with no keys in the ignition. Any odeas on how to solve this problem?



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#2 Old 11-26-2012, 06:40 AM
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Stop messing around with this HID's!!! Or you can toss your starter once the HID's are finished with him!

The HID's I had killed my TIPM! The electric inside of the Caliber isn't made for HID's since it seems to be sensitive and the HID's take around 15 000 V to get lighted.. Therefore the electric wires within the Caliber are absorbing this electric signal..

And again, don't mess around with HID's!

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