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Before physically mounting the relay, but after you have decided where to mount it, cut the leads #30 and #85 from the HID assembly to the desired length, crimp female connectors on each, and firmly slide the connectors onto the matching terminals marked on the relay.
Now cut two more lengths of wire to an approriate length to reach your battery and grounding location, crimp a female connector to each, mark one #87, one #86, and attach these to the other two terminals on the relay appropriately numbered. If your relay has a terminal in the centre (five pins instead of four) simply do not use it. (An extra pin will likley be marked either 87 or 87A.)
Using a small permanent marker, it would be wise to mark the wire numbers right on the insulation of the terminal connectors for future reference.
Double check your wire connections are solid, and wrap the relay with electrical tape to keep the weather out.
Mount the relay.
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