Originally Posted by rsimpson
Got a LAMPF! warning and noticed my low beam wasn't working. I pulled over, turned the bike off, checked wiring, started the bike back up, low beam came on, and warning was gone. Road about 20 feet and the warning came back on and the low beam turned off and stayed off. Have not had an issue with the high beam and I run it all day.
HELP! That low beam is important!
I had the same problem when I installed my older HID H7 kit. Mine has a wiring harness that had a relay and was powered off the battery but also had 2 leads to the headlight socket. When I removed the harness to the battery and powered the ballast off the bike's harness, it would do exactly what you describe. So, I went back to wiring it off the battery with a relay and it's been good for the last couple of years. Mine is first gen (??) HID that I've had on a previous bike and is about 5 years old. I'll be replacing it soon with a new gen utlra slim ballast HID kit.