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I have 6000k HID Headlights and Fogs on my Torrent GXP and sometimes when im stopped at a traffice light I can see my headlights flicker off someones rear bumper. Any one else have this problem?

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are the ballasts secured? Wires getting clipped?

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The ballast are Velcro striped down and do not move. It isn't just one bulb. All 4 do it from time to time.

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wrong wiring, did u get the relay switch? i have Xenon 8000 HID on mine and no flickers at all

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Your HIDs aren't getting the power they need. That flicker can lead to premature failure. You need to get a power relay installed asap.

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Your HIDs aren't getting the power they need. That flicker can lead to premature failure. You need to get a power relay installed asap.

:rofl::lol::lol::(:P:agreed::agreed::agreed:

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do you have DRL's still enabled on your car? DRL caused my bulbs to die out because of the low power that the DRL function puts out to the lights.

I recommend disabling DRL if that is enabled no your car, which I believe that most newer GM's come with DRL.

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^^^ what he said.

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do you have DRL's still enabled on your car? DRL caused my bulbs to die out because of the low power that the DRL function puts out to the lights.

I recommend disabling DRL if that is enabled no your car, which I believe that most newer GM's come with DRL.

Correct, most newer cars come with DRLs

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