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just bought the standard bi-xennon kit... and just wandering if im going to need the error canceller relay...
 

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What cancellor relay :dunno?

See the sticky at the top of this tread and make sure the pin-outs are in the correct way.
 

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I haven't gotten them yet... I'm hoping I plug them in and they work.... Just wandering if I should possibly be ready to be disapointed...I know someone else on here has the same kit
 

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^Yep
 

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I think the only trouble I see myself possibly running into is getting the pins out..
 

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Sweet thanks for the info now just have to wait for them to get here
 

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Yeah the pins are easy to swap out. I found a thin plastic toothpick worked better for me rather than a paper clip.
 

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Man I'm hoping I like the 10000k's...I'm kinda thinking I shoulda went with the 8000k's....
 

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And would it be a bad idea to just hard wire it? Do away with the plug and play crap...cause my stock driver side connection..the ground some how slid back some got a bad connection and heated the hell outa my wire and melted the plug around the ground connection pretty good... And I finally was able to push it back forward where it gets a good ground but now the ground wire is bad and it still gets pretty hot..the wire does
 

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They're designed to be plug n' play...Simple, easy install.
 
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