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Old 01-17-2007, 04:19 PM
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THIS MIGHT BE A DUMB QUESTION, BUT DOES THE LOW BEAMS STAY ON WHEN YOU TURN ON YOUR HIGH BEAMS, OR DOES THE LOW BEAMS GO OFF. I KNOW THE FOG LIGHTS GO OFF WHEN HIGHS COME ON.

tHE REASON i'M ASKING IS BECAUSE I WANT THE HIGH AND LOW BEAMS AND FOG LIGHTS ON AT THE SAME TIME. I KNOW THERE IS A HIGH/FOG LIGHT MOD, BUT DOESN'T SAY IF THE LOW BEAMS STAY ON ALSO.

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Old 01-17-2007, 04:26 PM
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High beam on = low beam off. You can buy a basically plug in kit to allow you to run both on high beam. As I recall it plugs in between your headlight and the factory socket.
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Old 01-17-2007, 04:38 PM
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Where Can U Get The Kit,,maybe Ebay Or Aftermarket Diesel Company?
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DFUSER.com - Performance Diesel Products and Parts
This link will get you to what I think your after, good luck.---Gord.
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Old 01-17-2007, 05:37 PM
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Is What I Need A Harness Or Some Type Of Module Or Both

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Old 01-17-2007, 05:55 PM
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9007 Headlight Heavy Duty Wiring Harness Upgrade!

This harness is Plug and Play and plugs directly into your existing head lamp wiring.
Uses the factory head light signal wiring to trigger TWO heavy duty 40A water resistance relays.
The Dual relays can power bulbs to more than 400 watts.
Designed to endure HIGH temperatures for added protection when running high wattage bulbs .
Anti-Corrosive Lead-Plated terminals for long life and good contact.
Easy Installation. Plug and Play.
Includes the low/high beam option to allow low beams to stay on while high beams are activated.


$59.00

Hope Defuser dosn't mind me putting this up for you. If you hit the link in my message above, go to the lighting and acessories at the top and scroll down to this.
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