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Default Fog light circuit cut out bypass

This write up is how to by pass the fog light shut off when you turn on the high beams. It'* not legal to drive with your fogs on with high beams. However I did this because I wanted the circuit to power my intercooler pump. What you do with it is up to you.

Go to the front passenger side, the area under the glove box.


And remove the 2 bolts, both in front, one on the right side.


The other on the left side.

You will also need to remove the thumb screw way in front a bit left of the center of the panel.


Now drop the panel down to the floor.


This is the relay panel on the far right side.


You want the bottom relay. Wiggle it and pull, it will come out.


Now locate post #1 and wrap a wire around that post.


Then put the relay back with the other end of the wire sticking out.


Locate a good ground point. I used the bolt near the center of the passenger area way in front. It'* a 10mm bolt. Wrap the wire around and tighten it back up.


Your now done, put everything back together. Now that relay will not switch over when high beams are turned on.
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