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Recently, I installed an O-NEX HID kit to my Integra.

one day later, my passenger side headlight won't even turn on anymore.

Everything else works, such as my driver side headlight, corner lights and both high beams.

I've tried switching back to my halogen bulbs but they didn't turn on either. I made sure to test both bulbs to make sure it's not burnt out. It's not the HID kit or the halogen bulbs.

What could be my problem? How do I fix my headlights so they will turn on again? Is it something with my wiring? What would I need to replace?

Please help me out! I don't want to be driving around with one headlight and risk getting pulled over and it looks horrible with one headlight only.
 

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Did you check the fuses?
 

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check your fuses, the initial pull when the ballast ignites is usually to strong for the stock worn out fuses and tends to blow them. Replace with a new one and you will be fine.
 

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If the fuse went out, wouldn't both lights not work, not just one?
I'll try checking out the fuses though.

The wires are all plugged in correctly and tight.

Thanks.
 

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Each light has it's own fuse.
 

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check your fuses and if its not that you could fanagle it with ur driver headlight. Grab some long wiring and grab power from the good headlight to the bad one. Thats what I did with my high beam that didn't work.
 

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Make sure there is as little slack in the wiring as possible so that a wire isn't touching anything that might damage it.

Same thing happened to me...one of the wires was touching a pulley and the pulley kept burning through the wire, causing the fuse to blow. Happened twice, then I I figured it out.
 

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look at the thing in the lid of the fuse box by the steering column...has labels and everything
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if your using a plug n play kit, you should be using a seperate relay and a 40A fuse to power the HID's. the OEM headlight circuit isn't good enough to keep themHID's lit!
 
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