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NEW METHOD: DRL's and HID's

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Old 04-23-2013, 09:31 AM
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Default NEW METHOD: DRL's and HID's

Came up with a new method for eliminating HID flicker without any splicing, MOSFET's, Cap's, etc. It's all located in the hood fuse box.

Here's how it works:

- Light Switch in OFF position: DRL's will come through FOG lights, HID's OFF
- Light Switch in Position 1: DRL's will come through FOG lights & Parking Lights ON, HID's OFF
- Light Switch in Position 2: FOG lights Fully ON & Parking Lights ON, HID's OFF
- Light Switch in Position 2 & Fog Switch ON: FOG lights Fully ON & Parking Lights ON, HID's ON

In other words, your main light switch controls your Fog lights and your Fog Switch controls your HID's.

Picture below (enough to figure it out) and can do a full write up if anyone is interested.

 
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Old 10-31-2013, 10:01 AM
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Hi, actually I had this in mind, but never had the time to investigate and convert it.. I'll be very interested in the write uo.

Thanks
 
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