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Old 30 Apr 2014, 01:46 am
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Hi all

Looking for a lil help/advice recently I installed a new set of 8k hids which run off there own relay and fuse harness. And when I turn them on does t matter when, my radio and my gauge pod shut off and come back on. It only happens once after that I can turn em on as many times as I want with no issues. I have checked the ground wire on the harness and it is securely fastened to the battery. Does anyone no what my issue could be?

O mind you if I turn on headlights before starting the car there is no issue

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Old 30 Apr 2014, 06:47 am
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I see you have an 06 - that is the first year with the Canbus electrical system.
You may have to live with it.
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Old 30 Apr 2014, 12:15 pm
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Ok so that's just normal? It won't short anything out.


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I see you have an 06 - that is the first year with the Canbus electrical system.
You may have to live with it.
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