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Old 02-21-2004, 01:52 PM   #11
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i'd definately wire them seperately then stock. having the driving lights with the high beams is just as noticable as having them with the low beams
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I wanted to do it into the stock system. I was just gonna wire up the driving lights to the fog wiring, and the angels to the parking lamps. Well another supplied switch later i'm running the fogs off the batter with all their wiring. They give you a relay, fuse box, and switch and in one box. Now like i said, they don't cut out. Using their wiring is easier then modifying the stock stuff to work.
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hey guys how do you run the wire for the switch? I havent ever dealt with the firewall, how hard is it to run it to the fogs, and what gauge wire ?
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hey guys how do you run the wire for the switch? I havent ever dealt with the firewall, how hard is it to run it to the fogs, and what gauge wire ?
there is a hole in the drivers side firewall that is right behind the strut tower, that is where I went with all my wires except the Power wire for my amps.
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If you tap the halo'* into the parking light circuit and use the exising wiring for the main lights and ground you don't need to run anything. The halo'* are led so they shouldn't ever burn out.

The local rice is wondering why my car looks so cool and what that sound is from under the hood.
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If you tap the halo'* into the parking light circuit and use the exising wiring for the main lights and ground you don't need to run anything. The halo'* are led so they shouldn't ever burn out.

The local rice is wondering why my car looks so cool and what that sound is from under the hood.
ok If i do that, when the drl'* on what lights up? what about at nighttime, when those lights automatically come on I want the halo'* sometimes for showing off.
Also what if both fog switch and parking lights are switched on, both halo and fogs light up?
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If you hook to the parking light, the halo will be off with DRL. The halo'* would be on anytime the partking lights or headlights are on. Then the others are connected to the wires for the fogs and you don't need the relay or the fuse Hella gave you because it'* already in the car for the factory system
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