Just a run down of what i did...
I got the HID harness and wired it into the existing harness as stated by the directions. Then i noticed a rigged ground wire hanging freely on the passenger side that was connected to the small ground wire coming off the negative terminal going to the battery, but it had a small clip on the end like it was plugged into the headlamp plug. So I opened up that headlamp plug, laid the ground wire inside of that, closed it up and mounted it to the core support with the rest of the grounds. I tried the lights and thought I had a good thing...then I noticed the side marker lights were really dim. So I looked at the dash and both turn signals are on, but not blinking. I turned the signal on for the left side, and the right side blinked, but not very good, or should I say bright. Vice versa for the other side.
So I turned the headlights off, and turned the key to the on position, and tried the blinkers and they worked fine and the marker lights blinked bright.
I managed to trace wires down in the front going from the passenger headlamp to the bumper lights, all the way to the drivers side looking for a cut wire and found 2 that were maybe grounding out. so I cleaned them up and taped them up thoroughly. Thinking I found the problem...nope still there. So I took the HID stuff all the way out and plugged up the old halogens and the problem still persists. I know it's gotta be a ground but since the previous owner hacked some of the wiring up I really don't know where the grounds should be? Or should I say in what sequence should the grounds go? I can maybe get pics or a video up tomorrow after i get some rest if that helps.
Thanks for anything to you have to offer!