HID Kit Computer Warning Canceller Error Code Eliminator & Anti Flicker Decoder
Xenon HID Lights Conversion Kit No Error Anti-flicker Decoder Warning Canceller Capacitor Warning Canceller Hid Ballast Error Code Eliminator
Warning: Some vehicles may have reverse polarity. Reverse polarity can cause warning canceler to explode. We recommend wearing safety glasses and closing your hood before testing the warning canceler on your vehicle.
Many cars may get a flickering or strobe effect after installation of a standard HID Kit. This problem is common on vehicles with the CanBUS system or vehicles equipped with day running lights. This HID Capacitor can be installed to prevent these problems from happening to you.
HID lights flickering? "Bulb Out" error won't disappear from your dashboard?
Flickering (Strobe Effect): Flickering is caused by the car’s computer detecting a lower current than the car's original factory-installed halogen lights. This causes the computer to turn off the light and retry again, giving the flickering or strobe effect. The optimal capacitance in the warning canceller fixes this issue and restores stability to the headlight beams.
“Bulb Out” Error: Many cars have an indicator light to warn if one of the headlights has burnt out. Since HID conversion kits run on a lower current than normal halogen bulbs, your car’s computer thinks that the headlight has burnt out. This will give you a "Bulb Out" or “Bulb Failure” error light in your dash. The warning canceller fixes this issue and removes all warning lights.
Our capacitor works great in Cadillacs, Chrysler such as the 300, Dodges such as the Charger, Magnum, and Fords such as the Five Hundred and F-150.
This cable fits VEHICLES WITH COMPUTER CONTROLLED HEADLIGHTS. Some known examples are: BMWs 1992-Up (Low Beam and Fog Lights), Volkswagen 2005-Up: Beetles, Passats, Golf, GTI's and Rabbit's (For Headlights and Fog Lights), Dodge Ram Pickups 1999-2008 (For Headlights Only), Dodge Ram Pickups 2009-UP (For both Low Beam and High Beam), Jeeps 1999-Up (For Headlights Only), Chrysler Vehicles 1999-Up (For Headlights Only), Volvos 1999-Up (For Headlights Only), Mercedes 1994-Up (For Headlights and most Fog Lights), Ford 2006-Up Fusion, Explorer, Expedition, Mustang, Edge, Focus and Five Hundred (For Headlights Only), Dodge Chargers 2006-Up (For Headlights Only), Newer Lexus (Low Beam), Audi 1998-Up (Low Beam).
Q: My Lights Are Still Flickering!
A: Sometimes, a relay with resistors may be necessary instead of the warning cancellers.
Warning: Some vehicles may have reverse polarity. Reverse polarity can cause a BOW to explode. We recommend wearing safety glasses and closing your hood before testing the BOW on your vehicle.