I talked to theretrofitsource tech and I am being sent a new wire harness as we speak. So I will see if that fixes the problem. If not I have another fellow on the Hid forums who will at least write up a diagram for me to make my own.Did you ever get that wiring issue figured out or are you sticking with just low beam for the time being?
Brights are simply amazing..lol and I can't remember if I upped the lights once more after I took the picture. I think I did, I compared them two a stock hid on another car and they were high up. Can't wait to drive on the interstate best retro I ever done, and thanks to you, and this site in general!Edit didn't bump it up, I almost forgot about the output pics.
Looks like you got the bulb seated properly unlike most other people when they first installed them LoL. But judging from pic 5, it looks like you can aim them up more, your lower step is hitting the ground kinda early it looks like. Mine are aimed to where the upper step's cutoff is as parallel as can be with the road so the lower step still goes far but doesn't blind the other drivers which is awesome.
Also while driving on the interstate late at night you might get people that slow down and drive either along side you or behind you, I get that sometimes and I assume that they have never seen that much light from a Taurus... or any car for that matter LoL