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Has anyone figured out how to run the Fogs with the Hi beams. The factory sees fit to disable the Fogs when you turn on the Hi Beam lights :(
I tried searching the forms with and even tried a local company who installed my HID lights, but no luck.
 

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If you have an H&S Mini Maxx (deleted), there is a setting that allows you to override the computer.
 

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Has anyone figured out how to run the Fogs with the Hi beams. The factory sees fit to disable the Fogs when you turn on the Hi Beam lights :(
I tried searching the forms with and even tried a local company who installed my HID lights, but no luck.
Why?
They do that for a very good reason, you need to learn about lighting.
There's a simple kit you can buy but I'm not even going to tell you since it's so retarded
 

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Wow, Matty thats a pretty harsh reply. You don't even know what application I am looking to use the lights for. Maybe you need to learn to ask appropriate questions before spouting off at the key board. And I am not even going to tell you about manners and a proper up bringing.
 

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Just use a relay and two diodes
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Double pole relay , power on relay coil with hi beam 12v than when off relay will go back to low beam, you can buy at radio shack, it's call a double throw relay, call don boehler his is my brother in law I just did his , he can give u parts numbers and even take a picture of it, his number is 509-948-8808 the diodes will burn over time cause the amps are to high , they over heat bad
 

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Do 5 amp diodes instead of 3 amp. Should only need one relay, pin 86 to the Highbeam, 87 to 12v constant, 87a n/a, 85 to ground, 30 to your fogs. You most likely won't need diodes but it wouldn't hurt. Do these high four mods almost weekly up here. Deffinantly worth it when you need the extra lighting
 
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