Lots of people have been asking where to buy a kit so I figured; Forget the kit! If your handy with a soldering iron, make your own! This particular setup is for a stock harness, no HID relay. If people want, then I can writeup the instructions for that setup too. Tools required: wire stripper diode - Should be found for free from any computer store - ask for an old dead power supply - each one has four perfect diodes. soldering kit black tape Here is a wiring diagram of the existing harness. Gives you an idea of what to look for. This diagram shows where the diode goes. Step 1) Carefully remove the two light bulbs from the drivers side. Don't touch the bulbs themselves. Step 2) Strip back a little insulation from the positive side light green wire on the high beam harness. Don't cut the wire, then you have to put it back together, but just strip back the insulation back a little bit, a 1/2" is good, but a 1/4" inch would be ok. Step 3) Same thing with the low beam tan wire. Step 4) Wrap the lead of the diode with the silver band around it around the bare tan wire (lows). Step 5) Wrap the remaining lead of the diode around the light green bare wire (highs). Step 6) Turn on your headlights and make sure that the lows are working by themselves, and when you flip over to the high beams, then the lows should have stayed on as well. If it's ass backwards and the highs are comming on with the lows, then flip the diode around, Silver band pointing towards the lows. Turn your lights off, and continue. Step 7) Solder those two points to ensure a good solid connection. (This step can be skipped, but if you live anywhere with salt on the roads, then skip this at your own peril!) Step 8) Wrap up everything in black electrical tape. Step 9) Carefully put the light bulbs back into their respective place in the headlight assembly. Be carefull to not touch the bulbs again. Possibly use gloves or tissues when handling the bulbs. That's it, enjoy! Well, in theory after the mod, the high's may not be as bright as before the mod, but a good relay kit on either the lows or highs will resolve that. Most HID kits have one already.