WIRE HARNESSES: MOPAR LOW-BEAM GUIDE

— 9006 Mopar-Specific Harness
— H11 Mopar-Specific Harness
 
Cutting Involved
Cutting involved:
Little/None
1 hrs Install Time
Time to install:
1 hours (estimate)
 
Warning: By reading this document, I agree that it is only intended to be used as an educational guide. VLEDS makes no guarantee on any finished results, nor are they to be held responsible for any damage, misuse, or personal injuries. Use at your own risk. If you are unable to clearly understand and adapt the information below to your own application, professional installation is available and recommended.
 

1. DIAGRAM FOR USE

The diagram at right is the standard use and proper installation of the Morimoto Low Beam harness.

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2. POWER LEAD

The 12V+ Power lead of the harness needs to go directly to the positive terminal of your car's battery. NOTE: If you have a battery not easily accessible from the front (mounted in trunk or on firewall), you should have a 12V+ jumper terminal in the engine bay you can run this connection to.

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3. HELPFUL TIPS

The input of the harness is plugged in to the headlight socket (on the side closer to the battery).

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3. HELPFUL TIPS

The relays should be installed on the vehicle by hanging it from the indicated mounting hole. This minimizes the chance of water entering the relays which may cause failure.

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3. HELPFUL TIPS

Ensure you have the grounds to bare metal and not a plastic surface.

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3. HELPFUL TIPS

The input and outputs of the harness can ultimately be plugged in either way. If you aren't seeing proper function of the harness, you may need to flip the connector over.

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4. TROUBLESHOOTING

If you still have flickering, the capacitor may be pinned into the wrong side of the connector. To test, flip over the input connector. If this resolves the issues, you can permanently flip the wires in that connector. To release the pins in the connector, insert a small flathead screwdriver or unbent paper clip into the slot next to the pin and press toward the center of the connector. Then swap the pins and click back into place.

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