MADE IN JAPAN
The canceller cable is known to get rid of the flickering issues or headlamp error light issue. This issue is known on most European cars (BMW/BENZ/AUDI) and now has occur on some American cars (CHRYSLER/DODGE/JEEP). The reason behind this is due to the halogen bulb being 55W and the HID bulb being 35W. Therefore, when an HID Conversion kit is installed into the vehicle, the car ECU detect the lights running at 35W instead of the normal 55W. Two things will happen when it detect this. 1. When running at 35W, the ECU thinks the light bulb on one side is broken and cut down on the power it sends to the headlight, causing the HID to flicker because there is not enough power. 2. It will cause a headlight error light on the dash because it think 1 side of the headlight is broken. One or both of these issue will occur. The canceller cable will plug inline with the ballast (Plug and Play harness). The canceller cable will trick the ECU into thinking that the HID is running at 55W, when it is really running at 35W. This will trick the ECU into thinking that both side of the headlights are working fine and will allow the ECU to give the headlights full power to run properly, which will get rid of the flickering issue and error light issue. This harness is safe and will not damage any ECU or electrical wiring.