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I recently bought dap's sport conversion harness. It was all plug and play but didn't come with any directions.

Are the sockets light specific with these harnesses?

It looks like it just splits the signal of the oe harness into 2 sockets, but my outer lights which are the 9007s are working as the high beams instead of the inner 9004s. Which bulb should be on the inner and outer because they both fit.

Has anyone installed this harness before?

Also all 4 lights are on all the time whether in hi or lo beam.

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I can't answer you question regarding your kit, but I have a sport headlight conversion.  I made up the relay system myself.

 

Here is the way the factory sport headlights work:

 

The 9007 bulbs are the outer headlights.

The 9004 bulbs are the inner headlights.  The low beam filament on the 9004 bulb never gets used.

 

Low Beam Function:

9007 bulb - low beam filament on, high beam filament off

9004 bulb - low beam filament off, high beam filament off

 

High Beam Function:

9007 - low beam filament off, high beam filament on

9004 - low beam filament off, high beam filament on

 

I set mine up this way and they work well.

 

- John

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You not going to like it much. I owned mine for about 3 month and sold them. No improvement in light at all. The secondary light are narrow thin bands of light more of a vertical column than spread on the highway. The main light are the only thing cast on the highway. Pattern is scattered and poor. I even did the relay mod to get both bulbs to burn. Still no help from the secondary bulb because of the pattern it gives.

 

Next step after this is HID...

 

 

 

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46 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

You not going to like it much. I owned mine for about 3 month and sold them. No improvement in light at all. The secondary light are narrow thin bands of light more of a vertical column than spread on the highway. The main light are the only thing cast on the highway. Pattern is scattered and poor. I even did the relay mod to get both bulbs to burn. Still no help from the secondary bulb because of the pattern it gives.

 

Next step after this is HID...

 

 

 

I know, but its better than the yellow mess I had before. Just can't afford a quality hid set up right now

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Still going to be a yellow mess... Being the bulb itsself will not produce any more light. 9004 and 9007 bulbs (1,500 lumens). The reflectors are still low quality and the pattern will be hot spotted. lot of scattering around the rim. 

 

The thing is the HID's I'm running are 4,000 lumens (Morimoto D2S HID's) this is a 35w ballast. These are 4,500 Kelvin color. 

 

Yeah I know everyone dislikes LEDs. 1996 Dodge 1500 is a standard headlight reflector (clear lens) but running a 4,000 lumens LED bulb (18 watts).

 

Now you changing the light color with LEDs 7,200 kelvin color (bluish white) mere 18 watts vs. halogen at 2,500 Kelvin Color (orange/yellow warm color) using 55/60 watts.

 

I'll try and remember tonight to fire up the 1996 Dodge and show the LED pattern.

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I was able to get this pattern out of led's and a set of clear lenses.20200225_110334.jpg.ae8a8639267ceefbf858eb3894136c76.jpg20191226_180905.jpg.f4333f3468882ab4c30b0f2cc0ce3f8f.jpg

I think I got lucky on the combo because others seem to have the light more scattered than mine. 

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5 hours ago, dripley said:

I was able to get this pattern out of led's and a set of clear lenses.20200225_110334.jpg.ae8a8639267ceefbf858eb3894136c76.jpg20191226_180905.jpg.f4333f3468882ab4c30b0f2cc0ce3f8f.jpg

I think I got lucky on the combo because others seem to have the light more scattered than mine. 

Do you think I could combine leds with the sport harness? 

I'm wondering if the lights would work in my lens or just blind people. Especially if its 2 leds per housing

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