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XenonDepot PWM HID Fix: The magic little box that you've been looking for if you're installing an HID kit or LED kit in a vehicle equipped with PWM (pulse-width-modulation) headlight technology.
What is PWM? Newer vehicles use PWM technology to increase bulb-life and reduce fuel consumption by sending a pulse of alternating voltages to the headlight bulb, as opposed to a stable 12V. Factory installed incandescent or halogen bulbs can handle this pulse system, as they won't dim before the next pulse of power is received. However, an HID kit / LED kit requires constant power, and will flicker like crazy if installed in a vehicle with a PWM headlight system. XenonDepot's PWM fix is specifically designed to ensure that your headlights don't flicker, and eliminate "lamp-out" error codes. We've tested this component on some of the most notoriously troublesome vehicles and the product works as designed! Unlike other "warning cancellers" or "anti-flicker" components (that won't do the same thing as this product), XenonDepot's PWM fix is not polarity sensitive; so installation is literally plug+play, without having to worry about whether a capacitor is going to explode - trust us, it's not fun!
35W Compatible: XenonDepot's PWM system is designed to work with our 35W Xtreme HID kit, as the ballasts are low-draw, and completely safe to run from the OEM wiring. It eliminates having to use a fused relay harness and additional resistors (which get extremely hot). It makes installing an HID kit in PWM vehicles 100% plug and play, and ensures your XenonDepot HID lights function as they are meant to. You'll also be able to safely use these models with our Xtreme LED headlight kits. In some cases, vehicles that are equipped with proximity lighting or auto headlights, may experience an intermittent brief fault (that will quickly correct), if the voltage supplied from the OEM headlight harness does not provide enough power to ignite the ballasts during start-up. However, a split-second later once the alternator starts producing power (after cranking), the error will disappear and the lights will function normally error-free. Also, it cannot be used in conjunction with DRL (Daytime running lights) if your vehicle *shares* the same low-beam bulb as the daytime running light.
Confirmed Fitments: 2006 - 2012 Ford Fusion - Xtreme HID Kit, 2012 - 2015 Jeep Grand-Cherokee - Xtreme HID kit & Xtreme LED Kit, 2014 Jeep Cherokee - Xtreme HID kit & Xtreme LED Kit, 2015 Chrysler 300 - Xtreme HID kit & Xtreme LED Kit, 2015 Dodge Charger - Xtreme HID kit, 2015 Jeep Cherokee - Xtreme HID kit & Xtreme LED Kit, 2015 RAM 1500 & 2500 - Xtreme HID kit, 2016 Chrysler 200 - Xtreme HID kit, 2016 Jeep Cherokee - Xtreme HID Kit, 2016 Jeep Grand-Cherokee - Xtreme HID Kit, 2016 Porsche Boxster - Xtreme HID kit, 2016 RAM 1500 & 2500 - Xtreme HID kit.
HARNESSES: 2x (One Pair)
WARRANTY: 1 Year
FITMENTS: Universal for vehicles with "Bulb Out" warnings
INPUT/OUTPUT: Your Preference
CASE MATERIAL: Molded Plastic
WEATHERPROOFNESS: Hard Epoxy Coated Components
Xtreme LED and PWM kit for 2015 GMC
The lights did not work at first. Contacted XenonDepot . Basically I needed the PWM kit for my vehicle. I would prefer some stronger language when the LED kit is selected - indicating these are mandatory for the vehicle selected. The Xtreme LED lights work better than stock in the 2015 GMC. You will need to tune them for the light pattern you want in front of you. Pretty easy with the Allen tool (provided), but requires multiple light removals -as the headlight assembly is in the way of the tool for in socket adjustments on the 2015 GMC. Alot of wires behind your lights once you connect the LEDs and the PWM kit. You have to get creative on how to tie/secure all of it up. Especially on the passenger side where the air filter assembly is in the way. Using the factory bulb dust covers is pretty much out of the question after installation. They have a much whiter look (5-5500k) as well vs the yellow stock 3000k range. Overall better than stock, but could be around 2 hours to install
XD PWM /9005/HID Extreme Kit
Polarity issue was resovled thanks to XD Customer Service recommendation. Newer car computer memory maintenance during installation is important. Customer service and some chat lines help with DIY intallation questions. Appreciated prompt customer service --rare these days. Relay wiring not needed
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Work for my jeep cherokee 2016
Im glad i finally found this module. I used it on a 55w led 9005 hb3 and a hid 55w 9005 hb3 and it work . No more warning from the car. Buy it to use with hid or led for your cherokee 2014-2016. And it does fit inside the bulb cover . No wire modification needed. Perfect !!!!
Works for 9005 LED DRLs on Toyota 4Runner (2016)
installed the 9005 Xtreme LEDs for my HIs, found out about this module later and inserted it to fix DRL flicker. Flicker is gone, however DRLs now shine at full hi-beam brightness (I knew this head of time)... so just FYI, your DRLs will be your isolated hi-beams at full power. Module did what it was supposed to do so far. Im happy, and doubtful that i'll have any issue running DRLs during the day even at full power.
Worked perfect - PWM kit
My 2013 Ford Explorer sport lights flickered on, then off - XD recommend this module and it worked perfectly! Lights are bright and awesome. Super quick install and great result.
Worked 4 2017 Ram 1500
I have a 2017 Ram 1500 with projector headlights. Used these PWM modules with a regular 35w HID kit. No canbus required and it just worked
Worked for me on 9012.
No more flickering. Works great in my 2014 GMC Sierra. Robert from Customer Service was quick to respond to me with the product I needed.
other than the wrong bulbs where sent it worked fine. a real pain in the ass I gave year and model and still got wrong parts. still waiting for credit and I had to cover returns to Canada 1/2 of what the bulbs cost. not happy about that
Just wanted to say, thank you for promptly sending out a replacement PWM Module. Headlights are looking good again.