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Old 07-29-2007, 06:35 PM   #1
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So I just bought some Hella Angel Eyes off ebay... for around 50 bucks.... When I get them in, I was wondering how I will wire them.


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This is what I was thinking, if possible (since I don't have them in my hands, I don't know what I have to work with)

I want to have the fog lights turn on with my headlights (making the fog light switch in my cabin obsoulete)

I want to hook the angel eye LED ring to my fog light button in my cabin.


So basically... my fogs are always off when my headlights are off, and they come on when my head lights are on.
then... when I press the fog light button in my cabin it turns JUST my angel eye LED'* on.


Is this possible and how easy...


thanks this is the set I bought... If I screwed up with them let me know so I can cancel.
EDIT: Nevermind that would probably be stupid because to see the angel eyes at night alone you would need the fogs off.... See my mind works like an engine that goes 0-60 in 3 seconds, the only thing is I forgot to put it in gear....... any suggestions since everything I wrote is really stupid? I do want the switch system to look like OEM, or hidden

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Most have found that hooking up the fogs to the stock fogs works great. On the halos... you could put that switch in many places. I would probably not recommend using the supplied switch as it looks aftermarket.

A stock looking swtich can be fabbed up using JY parts, JB weld and some SEM paints.

Any ideas where you want the button to be?
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Most have found that hooking up the fogs to the stock fogs works great. On the halos... you could put that switch in many places. I would probably not recommend using the supplied switch as it looks aftermarket.

A stock looking swtich can be fabbed up using JY parts, JB weld and some SEM paints.

Any ideas where you want the button to be?

well toastedoats put his switch here.... I realize his is a different system but I can't stand this little cubby hole that serves no purpose:

If that will look wierd, I will probably just put the switch under the dash or something


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Tons..

You could put a flat piece across the cubby and put your sub gain know there as well as the angel eye switch.
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You could put a flat piece across the cubby and put your sub gain know there as well as the angel eye switch.

ohhhh I like... that was my original idea with the sub gain, but the module that came with it was too big for it, and I didn't have time to really fab it.
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What is behind the dash bezel that needs to be considered? Once a couple questions and things are looked at..you should be able to do something that looks factory.
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That is a great place for the sub gain.

I have no idea what that original cubby could even hold...maybe your gum?
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That is a great place for the sub gain.

I have no idea what that original cubby could even hold...maybe your gum?
possibly... I used to put some quarters there for tolls, but the grips don't grip that well.
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