Composed by: 300ZXttZMAN
When you put HID’s in your headlights and you are on the highway, it’s very nice to not have to turn them off every time you turn on your high beams. This also increases their life…
In the image you will notice that the YELLOW arrow points out the factory connector that is connected to the low beam headlight (LBH). The RED arrow is the negative wire (green with yellow stripe) for the LBH and the one that needs to be looked at for this mod. The BLUE X marks the positive so do not worry about it. The GREEN arrow is the wire loom extension that came with my HID kit and the one I chose to hack up for my mod to save the factory loom.
Now in this image YELLOW is the factory connector and GREEN is my extension. The RED arrow again points to the negative which is what we are using. The WHITE circle is the butt connector that is splicing the new ground into the mix. As you can see with the black lines on one side is a single wire and the other has two wires, one is to complete the circuit and the other is the new wire we are adding. Make this spice on either your factory loom or if you get the extensions like I did do it there so you dont hack up your factory loom.
In this image you can see where I decided to mount my new ground and I’m sure you are noticing that there is no connector on the wire. Its bare wire to metal… not the most ideal thing to do but let me run this by you, what happens when you ground a ground? This is a temporary solution until i sell my car at which point it will be removed anyway.