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alcjew, my kit wired up just like that, but coming from the wires you just mentioned, there were additional connectors to plug into the ballasts, I'm assuming to just give you more room to work with. Other than that, I had to run wires to the positive battery terminal and then ground the ballasts. Alex said that the 2 original wires from the H1 act as a switch to ignite the ballasts. This kit is definitely a direct plug and play. Also, I'm not sure what you're referring to by the dark spot of my beam pattern. Naturally, our beam cut-off pattern isn't going to be straight due to our projector design. It could possibly be the camera having trouble dealing with the direct light or something. Projectors are evenly lined with each other and I don't notice any dark spots on the ground.
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Kyle,

This is how my HID wiring harness setup is:
Original light power and ground input ==> ballast ==> output to bulb.
I guess that extra step(s) of wiring the ballast to the battery and grounding was what threw me to be truly plug n play. No harm, just glad you got it done.

About 9 - 10 secs into your video you'll see 2 hotspots and then the dark area in the center below the cutoff line. The road beam pattern should look something like: _______/
The beam should be about even before the kickup. It could be due to the bumps on the road you were driving in. When I get my new camera, hopefully soon, I'll post my road beam pattern, on flat and bumps.
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Alcjew, that's how my road beam pattern looks...
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Kyle,
The road beam pattern should be fairly smooth line transition from left to right and then kickup to the far right side (curb). Maybe it's my visual opinion? Anyone else have a visual opinion?
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it is just as you described :)
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