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    9007 HID Question for a Saturn Ion

    I would like to install a HID kit on my Saturn Ion coupe that uses the 9007 bulbs. From what I have seen on some Ion related forums is that some people have trouble with the high beam indicator constantly being illuminated when using a bi-xenon kit, and I believe even a low beam kit. I haven't really been able to get a straight answer on which kits cause the high beam inidcator to stay on, but I want to avoid it by all means.

    I've been thinking of the McCullouch 6000K kit, and I would like to go bi-xenon. Has anyone here installed this kit on a Saturn Ion and had any trouble with it, or any other car equipped with a 9007 bulb? Is there any way around having the high beam inidcator always being illuminated with the lights on?

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    a relay harness may solve the problem..... :-k
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie862005
    a relay harness may solve the problem..... :-k
    Is that something that I'll need to make, or can they be purchased premade?


    I don't think this problem happens with all of the kits, just some. Has anyone here installed a bi-xenon in an Ion without any problems after?

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    you can either buy or make one depending on your electrical expertise.... i bought one: http://shop.3bspecialties.com/produc...&categoryId=10
    just select bulb type,9007 and your good to go, and i would recommend using one if you plan on buying a hid kit.
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    I'll have to look into that.


    I'm assuming this problem would happen with any vehicle with 9007s if it did happen. has anyone else installed a 9007 bi-xenon kit without any troubles of the bright indicator?

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