Single HID Not Working, Yesterday It Was
Yesterday I hooked up my HID bi-xenon HID conversion kit to my 06 cobalt. It took me awhile for many reasons, one of them being i'm pretty noob to doing anything electrical with cars.
But anyways, Here my issue. Yesterday, after they were hooked up (this was evening time) they worked perfectly. The auto settings had the set of HIDs on and weren't flickering or anything. This morning I turn my car on, and my HIDS don't work. For some reason my DRL are my signal lights now, ( this might have been the same case yesterday, it was just too late in the day to know ). Is this normal? Even cycling off of Automatic lights wouldn't turn my HIDS on.
I get out from work tonight, And my lights would be functioning how they should be except for that the driver side HID is out. The wiring hasn't changed since yesterday, I looked and everything is still connected. So I guess I have a couple questions here.
1. Is it possible for my DRL's to be my HIDS? And how would I go abouts making that happen?
2. Why the hell is my driver side HID not working.
Could this be because of fuses? and if so, why would it randomly blow overnight.
Any help would be appreciated. Like I said, please don't hate. I don't really know a whole lot of wiring and electrical work and this was the first time I've attempted something like this.
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Update: Just tried them again after getting home from work. Now they both work, as soon as I started up my car.
I guess this would rule out a fuse issue, could it be a faulty ballast? or relay harness? maybe even bulb?