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Old 03-30-2006, 01:42 AM   #11
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yeah, you and willwren are on of the few that have done that. Can you have the fogs on too?
if he did the mod, it shouldn't matter where he has the stick, so I would assume yes.
"if he has the stick"? wtf are you talking about?!
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is this illegal in any way?
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yup

but so are drop in HID kits and running high beams with fog lights. so pick your poison.
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yup

but so are drop in HID kits and running high beams with fog lights. so pick your poison.
i seriously doubt that it is illegal rob.
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All states have a maximum number of "projecting" lights you can have on at one time. I doubt 4 crosses the limit anywhere, but throw in the fogs, and you're probably pushing it.

I haven't checked MN (I never get to use my high beams anyway), and I can't remember if it was 4 or 6 in TX
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I'm pretty sure CT is 4...so it'* all good. sorta
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but so are drop in HID kits and running high beams with fog lights. so pick your poison.
Nope!

my brother Jeep Grand Charokee 2002 when he turns on his high beems his lows stay on, and thats STOCK....
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PLEASE post instructions/ pics for this
yup will do...

im going to maybe make a kit for like $15-20 that has everything in it you need

maybe less like $10

but ill also post what i did and how to do it for those of you that know how to do stuff like this...
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One thing to consider is if this would trigger a problem with the Lamp Monitor for those of us that have that lovely (ding ding ding "Oh cripes..what now?") feature.

Also, I think Randy helped someone on the forum do this very same thing recently. They did have to deal with the lamp monitor.
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yeah, you and willwren are on of the few that have done that. Can you have the fogs on too?
if he did the mod, it shouldn't matter where he has the stick, so I would assume yes.
"if he has the stick"? wtf are you talking about?!
turn signal high beam sitck thinger mo bobber

the way i did it my driveing lights turn off when i turn my high beems on, but i like that cuz the high beems take the place of the long range of the driveing lights and the low beems take the place of the short range of the driveing lights.

man its so nice have low and high beems on.....
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