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So I didn't get many answers when I first posted my q. about the McCulloch HIDs. What do you guys have and what do you recommend? I've heard that there is a problem where the car says the light on the dash for a burnt out bulb is constantly on?

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This is the first I've heard about McCulloch HIDs. But I'd imagine they're good, just by being HID.

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Yea McCulloch is a a european company that specializes in high end power tools, but they also make HID kits, surprised many people haven't heard about them.

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Most xenon kits generate a burned-out bulb warning simply because the electrical current used to verify bulb integrity can't overcome the resistance of the ballast, so it doesn't flow through--tripping the warning. There's a way around it if it bothers you much.



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