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Old 12-13-2004, 05:08 PM   #11
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So did you find that ground way up under the dash like Bill did, or did you ground them closer to the bulb?
grounded them under the dash on the parking brake bracket
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I took the foglight wire and made it have a permanent ground. the fog lights are grounded when the low beams are on. When the higs are on the fogs loose there ground and then therefore shut off. So when the high are on the fogs still have a ground

im gonna give that a try.... thank you...


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Willwren dug into the FSM'* and found this, you can thank him.

I did the mod and loved it, happy to pass it on
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I've got the standard 55w H3'* in my Pilot Driving lights -definitely bright, but I'm still trying to find 100w H3'* with the 2 wire connectors.
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So did you find that ground way up under the dash like Bill did, or did you ground them closer to the bulb?
grounded them under the dash on the parking brake bracket
my 95 is different as far as that thing that willwren wrote up...

could i just run a wire directly from the lights to a ground under the hood?
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So did you find that ground way up under the dash like Bill did, or did you ground them closer to the bulb?
grounded them under the dash on the parking brake bracket
my 95 is different as far as that thing that willwren wrote up...

could i just run a wire directly from the lights to a ground under the hood?
Yup. Just make sure it'* a good clean ground, and not where any power wires might rub against the ground studs and start a fire (never do this in a black SSEi )
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So did you find that ground way up under the dash like Bill did, or did you ground them closer to the bulb?
grounded them under the dash on the parking brake bracket
my 95 is different as far as that thing that willwren wrote up...

could i just run a wire directly from the lights to a ground under the hood?
Yup. Just make sure it'* a good clean ground, and not where any power wires might rub against the ground studs and start a fire (never do this in a black SSEi )
sweet......next mod
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Hey Haro do they fill the entire stock foglight hole? or are they smaller??
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the hellas are a fraction smaller
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the hellas are a fraction smaller
fraction meaning 1/2-3/4"
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