OPT7 HID Relay Harness Anti-Flicker Power Wiring for OPT7 Xenon Kits

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Manufacturer Description

Be confident in a job well done. This is the only proper way to install an aftermarket HID kit.

HID looks great and we highly recommend installing a set for greater visibility and style

The problem is when you install aftermarket HID lights alone. In many cases, the lights will flicker or prematurely fail.

This is because stock vehicles are designed for high wattage Halogens. When you install low wattage HID's, your vehicle's electrionics will continuously try to light the bulb, thinking that it isn't there.

But when you install HID's with a relay harness, you connect your HID's directly to your battery instead of the vehicle electronics.

This eliminates the issue and ensures a long lasting, reliable HID bulb that shines strong for years

Compatible with any Plug-n-Play HID Kit

Known Vehicles that Require an HID Relay (Not Complete)

All-Post 2011 Vehicles
Post 2007 Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep Models
All vehicles that use a TIPM (Total Integrated Power Module)

Product Features

The proper way to install aftermarket HID Kits Fixes known installation problems such as flickering, popped fuses, and unlit bulbs Connects to any OPT7 ballast, bulb size doesn't matter 1ft Length for drivers side and 5ft for passenger side with fuse Required for all Dodge, RAM, Jeep, and Chrysler models