So both of my fog lights hids go out yesterday. I check on my fuse and it's melted.
Fuse itself wasn't blown or tripped, all the metal parts of it are "in working condition" but plastic melted the fukk out.
I moved the fuse around a bit to see if lights will work and sure enought they do so it's really just either shitty plastic that melts from regular summer time heat or someting else i fail to see here. Can someone throw some other ideas (ones that would fall under "what i fail to see") around before i plug another fuse in thinking i'm all good to go?
This hid harness (and fuse that came with it) is V-Leds,
hid kit is V-leds,
switch is regular switch from AutoZone with blue led and
fogs are oem
Here's a link to my harness and one of the reviews quoted, so i quess i'm not the only one with this issue.
HID RELAY WIRING HARNESS SINGLE OUTPUT LOW BEAM HEADLIGHT / FOG LIGHT
Please use a different 30 Amp fuse...the ones in use now seem to melt
Since it was written in May we can assume his fuse melted around the same time meaning summer heat can be ruled out.
Under the hood heat on the other hand is still present here, just i quess not as much......
So my issue with fuse melting is not one of a kind, we know that for a fact lol. I'm just not sure what the cause of it is thou.