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Wiring DRL with HID's

I am going to be installing my HID lights next weekend and don't like the idea of having my high beams on full power all day to act as DRL. My question is: Does anyone know of a way to install some sort of relay such that the low voltage output for the DRL will go to the fog lights or front park lights instead of triggering full power to the HID's?

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Check Retro solutions site. I think they have what you are looking for.
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I am going to be installing my HID lights next weekend and don't like the idea of having my high beams on full power all day to act as DRL. My question is: Does anyone know of a way to install some sort of relay such that the low voltage output for the DRL will go to the fog lights or front park lights instead of triggering full power to the HID's?
Did you find a solution?
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