9006 (HB4) HID Conversion Relay Wiring Harness Xenon Kit (High/Low Beam)
The main function of using 9006(HB4) relay harness is to bypass the factory wiring. Commonly used in aftermarket HID conversion kits, the wire harness allows a higher rate of current to be delivered to the bulbs. 9006(HB4) relay wire harness has a 30amp fuse protected power wire that directly connects to the positive terminal on the batter. This relay wire harness can assist in fixing some of the power-related HID lighting issues, such as intermittent on & off, flickering, delayed start, and uneven brightness.
- Full 12 gauge wiring harness covered by PVC tubing.
- 1x 30A preinstalled inline fuse.
- 1x 12V DC/40A relay.
WHY BUY FROM HIDCONCEPT.COM
HID Concept has been leading the automotive lighting industry since 2001. Located in the center of the United States, Chicago, IL, we specialize in a wide range of high-quality OEM and aftermarket automotive lighting parts and accessories. HID Concept also has been the one-stop source for the brand names like Philips, Osram, Blesk, Valeo, Hella, Harrison Toshiba, Denso, and Matsushita. In 2017, we boldly launched our own brand, "DAMA." Dama line has both the LED and HID bulbs and has been the hottest seller in the market.
Our goal is simple – Provide automotive bulbs and accessories to our customers with the best price and fast service. With the knowledge and experiences we've earned from our business, we sort out the best quality products that we feel confident in offering to our customers. Frankly, we love the lights. We are constantly tinkering and researching to improve the products and services to our customers. We don't play around with our price. The price you see on our website is the best price anywhere- Period.
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