Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: Ocala/Tallahassee, FL
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They're not bi-xenon, aka low beam only.
Your headlight bulb has 3 wires going to it. High, low, and ground. When you push the switch forward, power is switched from the low to high. When you pull it back, I believe it gives power to both high and low (hence why nothing happens)
Mine are like this, it's $20 cheaper from DDM tuning and most other HID suppliers. Also easier than running a relay that ford vehicles typically require.
2003 F250 Lariat 7.3 160k
3" leveling kit, 22x14 Moto Metal 962, 33x12.50 Toyo MT, 2" wheel spacers
Harley heads, 08+ mirrors, 08+ taillights, LED switchbacks, HIDs, 20" LED light bar
DP Tuner, 4" turbo back (dumped before rear passenger tire), 6637 intake, Glowshift gauges
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