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So I've had my DDE Halos for over a year now and all of a sudden all of them are not working any more. I know I need to check the connections,. which I will be doing this weekend, but here's the other strange thing: sometime when I engage my right hand turn signal, the high beams come on? The high beam thing doesn't happen all the time, but enough for it to be annoying. Some of you might naturally think its because I'm accidentially flipping the high beams when I try to engage the turn signal. but I'm pretty sure that's not it since I've been driving my 6 for 3.5 years and this is the first time its happened!

Here's my thoughts, its either:
a loose connection
blown or faulty fuse

Any help is appreciated!

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So I've had my DDE Halos for over a year now and all of a sudden all of them are not working any more. I know I need to check the connections,. which I will be doing this weekend, but here's the other strange thing: sometime when I engage my right hand turn signal, the high beams come on? The high beam thing doesn't happen all the time, but enough for it to be annoying. Some of you might naturally think its because I'm accidentially flipping the high beams when I try to engage the turn signal. but I'm pretty sure that's not it since I've been driving my 6 for 3.5 years and this is the first time its happened!

Here's my thoughts, its either:
a loose connection
blown or faulty fuse

Any help is appreciated![/b]
I am sorry to say that it look like a case of melted wires.... specially if you did not use relays! ! ! !
I say, take the complete headlight out and look for burn wires on the main plug or inside the housing....
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Hopefully not, I did use relays in there with my HIDS.

I guess we'll see this weekend!

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