My car was in an accident back in March and ever since then I've had issues with my passenger side headlight, it no longer turns on. I ended up taking the car back to the shop for some other issues that hadn't been resolved and they told me my bulb had gone bad. I ordered a new pair but, having never owned a car with HID's before, I ordered a pair of 8000k bulbs instead of the stock 4300k. Got the car back and put the new bulbs in without even re-checking the bulbs that were already installed. They worked great for about half an hour then the passenger side shut down. Took it back to the shop and they had no idea what was wrong, but "guessed" that the ballast had been overloaded by the new higher-intensity bulbs. Is there any way to test that? I've put the original bulbs back in, both of which work btw, and I've checked all my fuses, I just want to know for sure before I order a new ballast.