That is a damn good question the ones on my Civic do that when I first turn them on. I have to turn them on and off until they both come on.
1987 5.0L ascMcLaren Mustang Viper Red Paint #225 out of 479.
1993 LX Hatch ex turbo 4 car (FOR SALE)
1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbocoupe Evergreen rebuilt SVO 60/63 t3 swap, ported E6, Gillis valve and 3 inch full turbo back exhaust (FOR SALE)
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It's a problem with the ballast. I have them on both my mustang and my trailblazer. On my trailblazer that happens anytime it's below 60* outside. After I drive for a while and the engine warms things up a bit they work fine. I talked to the place where i bought them and they said it is very common with aftermarket HID's and sent me another ballast.
2007 Mustang GT vista blue w/black stripes. Eibach springs, Tokico adjustables. Eibach sway bars, 20" Boss 338's staggered.
Sew-fst06 is right your problem is in your ballast boxes like he said they will act up in cold weather but sometimes they will go bad completely, thats what happened to mine, so i just looked up the correct ballast boxes on ebay and got them sent to me for about 20 bucks.
Have you guys had any success with a particular brand for the ballasts?
wOULDN'T YOU be better off with the digital ballast that are ultra slim?
Is this a common problem of having HID lights.
Plus can we have both HID low beams and high beams in our cars without losing the flash to pass feature like other cars?