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Old 08-30-2013, 08:39 PM   #1
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Headlights/foglight issue

I'm having issues with my Headlights and foglights. So when using my headlight, high or low beam, my headlights work fine. However, if I have my headlights on low beam and using my foglights at the same time, out of nowhere all my lights will go out completely after just a few minutes of running. But if I don't use my foglights the headlights stay on and work just fine. I have all new headlights, connectors, all new foglights, connectors and all new bulbs. My interior foglight/headlight switch is new as well as my multi-switch. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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It's common...there is a cure u can google it...I did it years ago and worked but can't remember how....maybe somebody on here has a link...
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Thanks. Hope someone can help me out. Its extremely annoying and dangerous
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Google it I just did it comes rite up but I don't want to get into trouble on here telling u where....lol but its basically adding a relay to the switch for fog lights...
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Thanks. I just did google it. Sounds difficult but I'm sure google will walk me through it
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Once u identify all your wires and get wat relays/wire u need its not bad...good luck...
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