CHRYSLER CANBUS: Modern Chrysler products like the Dodge Ram and Jeep JK Wrangler all have super picky "can-bus" systems that monitor for changes in the headlight circuit and cause all kinds of problems when doing an HID conversion. When a normal harness just won't cut it, we always recommend the Mopar Spec MotoControl Bi-xenon relay harness from Morimoto.
WHAT'S IN A NAME: Though its name suggests it will only work on a Chrysler vehicle, this harness is becoming more and more commonly needed on a lot of modern vehicles. Don't have a "lamp out" warning, but suffering from annoying pulsing current coming from your factory headlight circuit and causing your lights to flicker? this is your answer.
CAN'T RESIST: The H13 Bi-xenon Mopar Spec harness utilizes two 50W load resistors with unique blue anodized heat-sinks to safely add that "missing" resistance back into the headlight circuit. There is also a 4700mF capacitor to help absorb any pulsing signals emitted from the stock output for uninterrupted relay function.
UNDER CONTROL: Morimoto makes it easy with the MotoControl H13/9008 Bi-xenon relay harness. Designed to be completely plug-n-play; it's a seamless solution to keep your low and high beams under control with the original stalk inside the car. Works perfectly with Bi-xenon projector retrofits and Hi/Lo HID systems.
ADVANCED: The third generation MotoControl 8-Pin Relay has a tiny built-in capacitor that stores and releases it's charge between mode changes. So even if there's a short gap between the low and high beam signals from your car, your HID's will run smoothly. It's sealed weather-pack connector was recently updated in 2015 and is a major reliability upgrade compared to other bi-xenon harnesses.
UNIVERSAL: This harness is designed to work with both positive and ground switched headlight circuits, making it universally compatible with all vehicles no matter new or old.
PLUG N PLAY: The layout of the harness makes it easy to install. With just a few simple connections, even your mom could set this thing up! Wire lengths are long enough to be used in everything from compact cars to SUVs and it's designed to be 100% plug and play (no cutting or splicing needed). Its connections are explained in this video.
OEM GRADE: Aside from being ahead of the game from a technical standpoint, the Morimoto Spec Bi-xenon Harness is also a work of art. With it's wiring protected by abrasion resistant Techflex mesh sleeving and it's extruded aluminum relay shell that's been anodized and laser engraved - the MotoControl Harness will look factory fresh under the hood!
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*RELAY HARNESS: 1x Mopar Spec H13/9008 Bi-Xenon
*RELAY: 1x Black WeatherPack MotoControl High/Low
*CAPACITOR LINK: Removable 4700uF
*RESISTORS: 2x Morimoto HD Load Resistors
*RH HARNESS: H13M>9006F Resistor Link
*WARRANTY: 2 Years
*NOTE: One Harness Controls Both Headlights
*STOCK BULB SIZE: H13 or 9008
*SYSTEMS: Bixenon Projectors & Telescoping Hi/Lo HID Bulbs
*HALOGEN BULBS: NOT Compatible
*OTHER BRANDS: May need High Beam Adapters
*INPUT TRIGGER: 1x H13/9008 Male
*BALLAST OUTPUTS: 2x 9006 Female
*HIGH BEAM OUTPUTS: 2x 9006 Female
*12V POWER: 1x Nickel-Plated Ring-Type
*GROUNDS: 4x Nickel-Plated Ring-Type
*FUSE: Inline 25A
Tried two other hid kits and finally broke dow and spend good money on god harness and hids from these guys. They have been working perfectly for 5 months now, thank I so much. I guess this just goes to show you get what you pay for.
It works perfect, my lights stop the flickering they were doing but for a while, I have a problem that they go on and off until I cut the ground connections and install new ones and then problem solved so now they work perfectly. If it wasn't because I had to change something on the harness I would have given it five stars.