Flicker-Free: More and more vehicle's are coming equipped with headlight circuits that run off a PWM system - which means they run the halogen bulbs at a constant intensity but with a pulsing current. While it's no problem for the stock halogen bulb to maintain.... that kind of output from the car is definitely going to make your HID/LEDs flicker or act up. The 4700uF capacitor link that comes standard with this harness helps absorb any pulsing signals coming from your stock wiring to ensure uninterrupted relay function. Problem solved and flicker-free operation!
Don't Skimp: As one of the most important parts in any HID lighting upgrade; don't skimp out when it comes to your wiring. It doesn't matter how good your ballasts are. how good your bulbs are. If your harness is a piece of crap: when it gives out your headlights are gonezo. The Morimoto HD Relay harness is easily worth the premium price compared to cheaper alternatives.
Plug n Play: The layout of the harness makes it easy to install. With just a few simple connections, even your mom could set this thing up! Wire lengths are long enough to be used in everything from compact cars to SUVs and it's designed to be 100% plug and play (no cutting or splicing needed). It’s connections are explained in this video.
Fail-Safe: Unlike most generic harnesses out there that rely on a single low-quality relay to power both headlights, the Morimoto Harness utilizes one relay per side- so if one did happen fail, you wouldn't be left completely in the dark. Each 40A relay is completely sealed against the elements using ribbed silicone upper and lower seals, and has an flywheel diode for back-EMF protection. Every other connection harness-wide is sealed with the proper silicone grommets. Live somewhere with weather that regularly sucks? No problem.
OEM Grade: Aside from being ahead of the game from a technical standpoint, the Anti-Flicker HD Relay harness is also a work of art. With it's wiring protected by abrasion resistant Techflex mesh sleeving and OEM-style relay cubes held together by a polished stainless steel mounting bracket - the HD relay will look factory fresh under the hood!
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RELAY HARNESS: 1x Morimoto HD
ANTI-FLICKER LINK: 1x Morimoto Capacitor Link
RELAYS: 2x WeatherPack 40A Cubes
WARRANTY: 2 Years
NOTE: One Harness Controls Both Headlights
SWAG: Morimoto Decal
STOCK BULB SIZE: Match to your existing
HID SYSTEMS: Low Beams, High Beams, or Fog Lights
BI-XENON PROJECTORS?: You'll need: High Beam Splitters
INPUT TRIGGER: 1x 9006 Male
INPUT ADAPTER: Size-Dependent
BALLAST OUTPUTS: 2x 9006 Female
12V POWER: 1x Nickel-Plated Ring-Type
GROUND: 2x Nickel-Plated Ring-Type
FUSE: Inline 25A
I bought this for my truck, 96 Dodge Ram with a custom H1 retro fit that I did myself. This harnes work's flawlessly, no more flickering. I love the braided covering, it blends in and looks really nice. I am guilty of buying the cheap stuff on EBay, with the previous harness(EBay), when I would leave my fog lights on, they would strobe and flicker. Now that I've bought a quality harness, specifically for Dodge, it solved the flickering and strobing, Thanks Andrew for your help. Oh btw, I just bought another one for my other car, but this one is the 9006 HD relay. Thanks again to everyone at TRS.
I have a 2014 Dodge Dart. I've tried a few different Can-Bus systems and had real trouble locating one that actually worked. Can-Bus ballasts would function without throwing a code, but their output was typically reduced, and they would still run a risk of frying my ECM starting up.
This harness solved all of that. I'm using 55W AC ballasts and not only was the install fast and simple, but I have been completely error-free while running it. With the high quality in the wiring and connections, I also expect that it will last much longer than the harness it was replacing.
Got this for my 2013 Chysler 300.....the harness has two relays and a capacitor link to help reduce flickering. the fact is has two relays already but it leaps ahead of other HID relays that typically give you the 40a relay. Previous relay i was using had the resistors build in but this may have been to my own demise since resistors keeps the bulbs from getting too much power and surging as this new relay has capacitors instead to maximize the power it recieves and smooths the pulsing management system the car is using. I would on wish that I could take Morimoto had a relay that could power both headlights independently so that if one side of the connection was broken, you would lose both headlights from working. Ive seen one company use what they call a "triple capacitor" relay to power both headlight independently. Overall this relay does what its supposed to do.
I just installed this wiring harness in my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee along with some 3five DSP ballasts and H11 5000k bulbs. Great light output, easy install, and the wiring harness uses factory style sheathing that blends right in with the factory harness to give a sleek stock look! I highly recommend TRS for all of your lighting needs. A+++ customer service also!