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Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Fort McMurray, AB
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As far as running 2 seperate HIDs thats easy. You can buy oem pigtail plugs, I think PICO sells them, Id buy one so you can keep your factory headlight plug intact just incase you ever wanna go back to stock. So then from the new plug you have that will plug into your stock headlight plug you should have 3 wires, your ground and HIGH + LOW power. the Ground is now useless, but you can use the high and low to run 2 seperate relay harnesses to power 2 seperate HID systems, thus having high and low. You should always run relay harnesses for HIDs anyways, all the kits come plug and play into the stock headlight plugs but you can burn out headlight switches and wiring like that, the OEM harnesses cant support the load. Then your gonna have a real expensive problem to fix potentially.
As far as having all the lights on at once, thats gonna take alot more creative wiring and I dont even think its possible, the older 6.0 trucks you just had to change some wires in the fuse box, but these new ones run CANBUS Im pretty sure and its all computer controlled. Unless the dealer can hook into the system and change a feature to allow them all to be on at once your pretty much SOL.
2013 - F350 CCLB. - 40" Lift on 40s. H&S XRT w/ CTS. Sinister EGR Delete. MPD CCV Delete. Wicked Wheel 2. SDP Downpipe. No Limits CAI. 5" FloPro. Retrofit HIDs.
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