Wow, that is bad luck. I hope mine last at least a season. If they burn out fast I will go for refund and switch. Appreciate the info.
Mine seem sensitive to low voltage. So I start the machine first, let it run for a few seconds then turn on the lights. Doing this they have always lit up.I purchased two sets of lights for two of my quads about a month ago. After reading everyone's suggestions I went with the DDM Tuning 881 Kit. I wanted to try out a set of lights before putting them into both the low beam and high beams. I got the 881 35 watt kit and installed it in the low beam only. The install was super easy like shown. Basically just simple plug and play. They worked very well for about 10-15 hours. Before our ride last night the first quads lights wouldn't turn on at all. We thought it may be related to the ignition switch so we wired the lights directly to a hot and put them on a fuse and switch so we could still ride. About an hour into our ride my 2nd quad did exactly the same thing. Obviously this problem is related to the lights install and very odd that both bikes failed within the same amount of time. Has anyone else ran into this problem before? Any help would be appreciated.
Also, besides looking at the bulb, which I cant do cause the wheeler is 80 miles away, how can I find out the bulb size? All the AC and countrycats site say are part number.OPT7 ATV Side HID Kit 862 881 886 894 5000K White Headlight Xenon Light Bulbs.
I put them in the high beam side so I can dim my lights for oncoming traffic. $34.00 and free shipping.Hooey are they bright.Cat happy
Thanks for the info!Bulbs are the same. I have both hid and led. They are both good but I have had more problems with the hid. 2 ballast in two years. My led is a 12" spot/ flood with Cree led's. It's only a few months old but no problems yet. Make sure you get ip68 water rating
Do you have a part# and place where you bought your led lights?Bulbs are the same. I have both hid and led. They are both good but I have had more problems with the hid. 2 ballast in two years. My led is a 12" spot/ flood with Cree led's. It's only a few months old but no problems yet. Make sure you get ip68 water rating