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post #21 of 65 (permalink) Old 11-16-2010, 09:11 AM
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correct me if im wrong guys, but i think he will need these ( http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/Er...minator-3-PAIR ) to correct the issue right? dont all dodge car need the error code eliminator?
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Dear Nitro North Norway

I did not first respond since I thought you had added just the H.I.D. bulbs and not the whole headlamp assemblies as I did. Just replacing the bulbs has been an issue for some and did require some modifications to work. As far as adding the complete headlamp assemblies as I did they should be just plug-n-play. Same wiring harness and same plugs using the same switch! NO MODIFICATIONS ARE REQUIRED (at least on the Nitro USA vehicles).

It sounds like you may have a overload. If you unplug one lamp when in operation does this allow the other lamp to stay on and operate correctly?


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Nitro Year: 2007 (1 of 91,815 sold in 07)
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Dear Nitro North Norway

Your Lamps:

2 SET HID 07+ DODGE NITRO CCFL HALO PROJECTOR HEADLIGHT: eBay Motors (item 360299500559 end time Oct-10-10 13:08:49 PDT)


My Lamps:

http://www.carid.com/2007-dodge-nitr...ts-258704.html
low T-5 55W
T-3 hi beam bulb 55W
Projector Headlights are completely DOT compliant.

In reviewing the two light sets they do look the same but look to use different bulbs and yours do not state they are DOT compliant. I suspect that may be the issue. Since they are guaranteed 1 year (mine 2) they need to correct or return as defective.

Will do some checking for you as to what you can do and will reply later.

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Dear Nitro North Norway

I did not first respond since I thought you had added just the H.I.D. bulbs and not the whole headlamp assemblies as I did. Just replacing the bulbs has been an issue for some and did require some modifications to work. As far as adding the complete headlamp assemblies as I did they should be just plug-n-play. Same wiring harness and same plugs using the same switch! NO MODIFICATIONS ARE REQUIRED (at least on the Nitro USA vehicles).

It sounds like you may have a overload. If you unplug one lamp when in operation does this allow the other lamp to stay on and operate correctly?

Nope its the same shi.... but went to an electric ekspert and hi told me that my car have canbus system in it.. The scope he used was sending an heart beat rytem pulsing look alike power to the headlamps.. it ppeked under 9 volts.. upp to 14.75 volts ...
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So did he fix the problem?

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Dear Nitro North Norway

Your Lamps:

2 SET HID 07+ DODGE NITRO CCFL HALO PROJECTOR HEADLIGHT: eBay Motors (item 360299500559 end time Oct-10-10 13:08:49 PDT)


My Lamps:

JDM Black with LEDs and Clear Projector (CCFL) - 2007 Dodge Nitro Projector Headlights
low T-5 55W
T-3 hi beam bulb 55W
Projector Headlights are completely DOT compliant.

In reviewing the two light sets they do look the same but look to use different bulbs and yours do not state they are DOT compliant. I suspect that may be the issue. Since they are guaranteed 1 year (mine 2) they need to correct or return as defective.

Will do some checking for you as to what you can do and will reply later.
Hi and thx.. soo far

My Headlights are completely DOT compliant it is writen in the glass..
but i got the H.I.D thats not working rigth.. the Halo Rings works fine all the time..

but when i change the H.I.D Ballasts to 50 W the are working all the time. And my dealer in town sayes the lightening module will brake down if ill use this for a period time..
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So did he fix the problem?
Nope..

he must think what a h.. he can do.. to fix the prob..

mine kit came with 35W h.i.d ballast digital ones.. but not working..
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does he need the e-code eliminator maybe?
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Projector head lamps

Looking to find projector head lamps has anyone found them would love them on my charcoal gray pearl 2011 Nitro Heat 3.7 just orderd Hipnotic C-note black and chrome 20" rims and just installed chrome rams head hood orniment
still waiting on chrome for mirrors and door handles
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gypzboyz Did you look here?

https://www.dodge-nitro.com/forums/f1...eadlamps-4572/

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