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    Arrow hid kit problem URGENT!!!

    hi guys im new to this site but have a question?

    I have fitted a hid kit from diane-shop and fitted to the car. when turned on the bulbs flicker. so i fitted a relay kit which takes the power direct from the battery. still flickers!!!

    what else can i try to stop the bulb check?

    can it be turned off with the aid of op-com?

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    You can either buy some cancellers or have your car tech2'd to change it to Zenon headlights,i think the cancellers are the cheaper option,hth.........

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    where can i get them from? can it be turned off with op-com?

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    The lights will always flicker, you need to fit capacitors to prevent it happening. The bulb check also needs a resistor to be fitted.

    Do a search on here and you will find all the details, it's been posted many time before...

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    Ebay m8,no it has to be Tech2 at your dealer.

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    warning cancelers.....stops the warning and the flicker...... sometimes listed on ebay as canbus warning cancelers

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    .....no need for tech 2, resisters or capacitors, cancelers incorperate all this

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    i bought this
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...fvi%3D1&_rdc=1

    i thought this was meant to stop it happening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbsd View Post
    .....no need for tech 2, resisters or capacitors, cancelers incorperate all this
    Yes, the cancellers are resistors and capacitors in a box, with a price tag to reflect that someone has boxed it up ready for you.


    I even did a circuit diagram for what the cancel box is, and it's very simple indeed.

    Here
    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showth...circuit&page=3

    You will need one per light unit
    Last edited by Ste; 26th May 2009 at 15:51.

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    That Ebay item is just a relay wiring, not cancellers.

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