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I have but on a 2002 Monte Carlo.
I was running Silverstars......really should not have overtaxed the connectors, but it did.

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I was running 12k hids with relay and anti flicker. But I took then out awhile ago because of the cold weather. i jjust been using the stock bulbs for a while now, and this just happened today out of no where.


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I was running 12k hids with relay and anti flicker. But I took then out awhile ago because of the cold weather. i jjust been using the stock bulbs for a while now, and this just happened today out of no where.


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The stock wiring harness isn't even capable of fully powering the stock halogens. You need a relay harness to pull power directly from the battery with a 16 gauge wire.

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Sorry to hear. Weird it regular bulbs.... This is why with or without HIDs - Wiring Harness are important. If not covered, look up the delphi part, and unhinge pins and repin in new plug.
 

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The dealer should cover it. If not I'm not worried wont be a hard fix.


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Nj_cruzin,
I would like you to keep me posted on this. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me anytime.
Thank you,
Stacy Chevrolet Customer Service
 

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Nj_cruzin,
I would like you to keep me posted on this. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me anytime.
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I got it fixed last Friday with no problems. I just needed a new connector, but the spliced the wires and put in the new connectors

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Upgrade the headlight harness. That way it's a much easier fix than splicing the factory harness. If there is a marginal ground, running a fraction of the current through it will make it last much longer.


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