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Old 01-10-2012, 03:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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DDM HID Plug n Play kit fog no work

Hello, so i recently bought the DDM tuning HID plug and play kit for my tundra. The bulb size i bought is a 9145/h10 and 6000k color. For some reason the plug and play kit doesnt work for my fog lights... but works for the headlights. Does anyone else have this problem? If so, what is another alternative that i can do? some wiring??? no to sure... thanks.
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doesn't work as in it doesn't fit or it won't turn on???
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The bulb doesn't fot or the wiring clip doesn't fit???
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try checking the power and the ground, i believe they may be backwards @ the toyota fog plug in comparison to the ddm plug...

so you probably have power to ground and ground to power...


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My fogs from DDM required a bit of extra hard pushing to get the plugs to seat correctly.
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I bought this kit for 30 bucks shipped to my door. It arrived in three days.
The only issue I have had is I have to turn my lights on before I turn the key on.
I wonder if the same 6 year old chinese girl is making what I got vs the DDM?

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I bought this kit for 30 bucks shipped to my door. It arrived in three days.
The only issue I have had is I have to turn my lights on before I turn the key on.
I wonder if the same 6 year old chinese girl is making what I got vs the DDM?

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try checking the power and the ground, i believe they may be backwards @ the toyota fog plug in comparison to the ddm plug...

so you probably have power to ground and ground to power...


and it matters.
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try checking the power and the ground, i believe they may be backwards @ the toyota fog plug in comparison to the ddm plug...

so you probably have power to ground and ground to power...


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okay i will try it install it correctly again. thanks!
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