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Hi Guys,
Hey I just got a set of 50watt HID lights from lite eyes and it came with a relay harness.... problem is I never got a schematic on how the harness installs.... does anyone have reference or could scan and send a pdf to me on the install.... any help would be much appreciated
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Rob
 

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no need now.... I finally looked the whole system over... got out a multimeter and traced the thing out........ first off the instructions that they send you ...don't much of nothing explaining where to terminate the connections or what or what not to use depending on your situation .....the bulbs came with two sets of leads with no explanation that you may not need one set if you use the relay harness... apparently the other sets of leads are to connect to the lamp sockets then back to the transformer then back to the light (using the bikes wiring) to carry the load, but seeing how I was using 50 watter's I didn't want to trust the oem harness, getting back to the relay harness itself.... the way there harness works is it has to plug hook ups one for each lamp, a ground lead and a positive lead then a black and a white wire with a plug that plug into one of the oem light sockets that run to the relay to basically switch it on... the problem with there harness is both of them are either on or off there is no selective switching.... so if you want selective switching like I do, you need two harnesses.... I cut one lamp plug off of each one and one ground... and then run them both back to the battery them hook up the transformers as you would normally the switching plug for the relay one goes into each lamp socket now it is just like the bikes normal lights as far as high and low beams..... I know some of you ride around with both lights on all the time but let me tell you these suckers are bright and I don't believe you want both of these on all the time and also realize there is a little lag time for them to come up to full brightness..... anyway good luck with all your connections and safe riding!
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Rob
 
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