Have not disconnected DRL. Have not swapped bulbs. At this point, I am afraid to touch anything as it has only made it worse….and I was following ALL the INSTRUCTIONS from here.Did you disconnect the DRL so that that voltage to the Hi Beams wouldn't energize the relay coil to engage? Also, for the yellowish Lo Beam, you try swapping capsules and see if it now is the other side off? If it follows, bad capsule. If swapped and the same side is still yellowish, it's a ballast issue.
9POK so I eliminated the suspect 3-way splices and used heat shrink crimp splices. Did one at a time so as to not mix anything up. Also change the crimped ground ring terminal from the relay on the driver’s side (passenger side ring terminal were changed previously). No Change in the color of the passenger side low and the lights went crazy on me. For a bit, the High beam setting would just have the Lows on and the Low setting would have all 4 on. Then the lows would not shut off when the light switch is off. I backed off the negative battery post bolts on the driver’s side and the All 4 on High at Low beam setting went off. Now I no longer have All 4 on High, just Lows or Highs. I should have left well enough alone. WTF is going on?
Sounds very similar to this guy’s problems:
99 escalade, did the heavy duty harness today along with the 4 hi mod. Working in the garage everything worked great. Tonight I went for a ride and now when I turn the high beams on they all 4 come on, but when i turn the high beams off they all 4 still stay on.. Anyone else have this happen...www.gmt400.com
Do I need new relays?
I knew this cast would get a biteEven cheaper than melting ldpe plastic onto the wire is candle wax, or masking tape like used for the paint can. Why don’t we do it? Because it doesn’t insulate from current passing through like the proper insulation does. If he had some gum he was chewing he wouldn’t have to waste the money of lighter fluid either!