ERROR CANBUS HID
This is for A pair of HID Xenon Capacitors as known as HID Warning Cancellers
When a HID kit is installed in newer car models or cars with a computer controlled unit, often there is a error code showing on the dash board or the HID lights keep flickering and would not stay on. This is due to the fact that the HID kit is triggering a bulb out warning signal in your car's computer control unit.
This device is designed to balances out the current draw of the HID kit and would offset the warning signals on the dash board.
This harness will also eliminate HID headlight flickering that is caused by the Vehicle's computer not recognizing the low wattage HID bulb.
The special wire harness needs to be used with caution: Red wire needs connect to positive ( + ), black connect to negative ( - ). There is a capacitor on this wire harness to by-pass the error message signal and the capacitor is polarity sensitive, so the red and black wires need to be in the correct position. OTHERWISE THE CAPACITOR WILL BE BURNED. Please use a voltage meter to make sure the correct polarity before installation.
Note: The Capacitor Harness can only install between the "BALLAST AND OEM HEADLIGHT HARNESS" It can not be installed anywhere else.
Warning: Some vehicles may have reverse polarity. Reverse polarity can cause a BOW to explode. We recommend wearing safety glasses and closing your hood before testing the BOW on your vehicle.
HID xenon kits: H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 880, 881, 889