Fitted my hids the other night then straight away ABS etc warning lights come on.
What I've learnt, expensive hids, cheap hids it's pot luck whether they'll throw the abs lights up.
Moving the ballasts works for some people for me it didn't.
The ground to the near side headlight shares the same ground as the abs sensor along with other grounds.
So to remove the headlight ground to another place made sense not to interfere with the other grounds.
Here's some pics and a rough guide what to do.
Only do this if your confident in not messing it up and can put back to original setup if things go wrong.
In other words 'Don't blame me if you balls it up'. Lol
So I removed near side headlight, turned hids on and what do you know, no dash lights! That's a start, so it's defo this side that's causing the dash lights.
Unplug the headlight plug and the wire you need to cut is wire 10.
Cut the wire about 3 inch from plug.
The wire coming from the car, cover up and forget about it.
Find a wire roughly the same thickness (14 gauge) and solder/clip onto ground coming from the plug.
Ground the other end of wire to the windscreen washer bolt. I added another washer onto the bolt to sandwich the wire in.
Fit headlight back in, making sure to cover any exposed wire.
Get in car, turn hids on. Hey presto no dash lights.
Works for me and other people I know but I can only hope it works for you.
My ballasts are under my headlights for any one wanting to know.
Like I said, just a rough guide, but you get the idea.