Our 9006 9005 hb3 hb4 h11 relay wiring harness eliminates any common issues that may arise by upgrading your late model vehicle to a xenon-based headlight setup by drawing power directly from your battery instead of your headlight socket. This truly innovative design employs a heavy duty 40 amp relay module, as well as ample lengths of highest quality thermo-insulated 12 gauge wiring to cover any vehicle or motorcycle. Independent grounding points at both ballast outputs guarantees maximum voltage stabilization. And an inline 30 amp (replaceable) blade fuse is conveniently located next to the positive battery lead to ensure maximum safety and power efficiency. With most modern-day ballasts requiring a surge of over 20,000 volts on startup, this wiring harness is essential to stabilize the electrical load/stress on your vehicles' electrical system and eliminates the common 'flickering' associated with HID kits installed without a relay kit.
Our H11/9006/9005/hb3/hb4 bixenon quad relay wiring harness provides the ultimate in flexibility and safety for powering your complex lighting setup. Utilizing a pair of H11/9006/9005/hb3/hb4 input terminals, you can use this single wiring kit to power up to FOUR ballasts and bulbs…perfect for that quad retrofit install or running a set of low beams with xenon fogs/driving lights. Both inputs run on their own dedicated circuits, meaning you can have them trigger each pair of ballasts to power on independently at different times for the highest level of flexibility. All wires are color coded to indicate corresponding input and output leads for extremely simplified installation.
This truly innovative dual input/output design relies on ample lengths of highest quality thermo-insulated wiring as well as a set of replaceable 20 amp in-line blade fuses and 40 amp replays to ensure maximum safety and power efficiency. This single package will eliminate unnecessary wire clutter and installation headaches versus using two separate harnesses. With most modern-day ballasts requiring a surge of over 20,000 volts upon startup, this wiring harness is essential to stabilize the electrical load/stress on your vehicles’ battery system and eliminates the common ‘flickering’ issue associated with HID kits that don’t use a relay kit.