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- Packages: Includes one piece HB3/9005 LED DRL anti-flickering harness.
- Easy Installation: Check above installation video for more details. Average Installation time: 15-20 minutes
- HB3 9005 LED DRL anti-flickering harness fix LED DRL flickering when you upgrade to LED for the vehicle produce pulse current
- 40A/12VDC 30Amp Fuse SPST relay configuration Installation Guide
- With high heat ceramic plugs for fix LED daytime running lights flickering for up 2010 Japanese vehicles
- HB3 9005 LED DRL anti-flickering relay harness are used at below 2 situations:
- 1.) The LEDs light up intermittently or flicker in the DRL mode.
- 2.) Both LEDs light up full power when the high beam is on.
- Fits: 9012, HIR2, 9005, 9006, HB3, HB4, 9005XL, 9006XL, 9005LL. 9006LL, etc.
- Disclaimer: This HB3 9005 LED DRL anti-flickering harness can be compatible for most up 2010 Japanese vehicles, yet we can not guarantee it fixes all problems. IF IT DOES NOT WORK FOR YOU, PLEASE CONTACT US AND WE WILL FIGURE OUT A SOLUTION!
Output Connection Type
-40~+80 °C (-40~+176 °F)
Cross Reference Number
9005, 9006, HIR2, 9012, etc
30, 000 hours
Fix LED DRL flickering
Alla Lighting warrants that its LED Conversion Kits will be free from defects in material and workmanship for ONE year from the date of purchase by the Original Purchaser. This warranty does not apply to any products that have been subjected to misuse, mishandling, misapplication, neglect (including but not limited to improper maintenance), improper installation, act of nature, motor vehicle accidents or alterations.
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- One piece HB3/9005 LED DRL anti-flickering harness
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The lighting is great but did not need the relay. It is being returned per our conversation.
Work perfect 🤩
Product was shipped swiftly and came as advertised.. video instructions were very helpful
I recently hit a deer and with body shops backed up for months and the damage being primarily superficial I opted to take the job on myself. I figured since I already had LED low beams, I might as well upgrade all of the other bulbs too, since the front end was off the car. I was not interested in splicing ballast into my wiring so this was a great solution. The installation was fairly straight forward but I did have to watch the install video to troubleshoot the lights not coming on. I turned the plug over and still nothing. I found that the lead from the fuse to the battery had slipped out of the fuse connecter and reconnected. Then I had one light! Wiring on the other side was loose but a little wiggle and it was up and running too. As long as it stays that way, I am happy with it. The quality of the wire could be a little better but it seems fair for the price. Hopefully it holds up long term. Not really interested in going back to halogens.
9005 relay. Good to stabilize leds for newer subaru