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So I installed my new HID kit, and the kit uses 35w and the OEM bulb uses 55w, so I have about 20w drop which indicates a BULB OUT light in my dash. I'm wondering if anyone knows what kind of resistor I could put in between to get that difference to make the computer think that there's an actuall 55w draw?

I found this link, similar question do you guys think this will work? See diagram
Installed Catz HID on 99 E320 - MBWorld.org Forums

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iv just installed a HID kit in mine and it has not given me a voltage drop. you will get a drop on the sidelight bulb but driving beam should be ok. which kit are you using?
 

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Oh that's strange...So are you saying one of the side blinkers is out? But I doubt they're out, but I'll double check.

I got my HID kit from Vision Bulbs The kit connects to one of the headlight harnesses, so you leave the other one alone?
Let me know what you think.

tHX
 
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