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Unread 02-24-2008, 02:11 PM   #1
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Solution for those having problem with HID

hello guys...

This post is to help the folks who have been dealing with HID STROBING on their WK. The solution is very simple. basically, you could either go with relays or go with a new method that im about to share with you guys.

Here is what i did:

I installed a 10000 uF 25V Capictor in parallel between the Pos and Neg of the supply line right before the ballast and placed 10 amp fuse on the Pos before the ballast

here is a snap:

***CAUTION*** : Always use eyes proctection when working with capacitors, also note that capacitors are polarized, the positive need to go with positive, negative with negative, other wise there is a big risk you might blow the capacitor.

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