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  1. #1
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    Default Headlight and fog

    I remember hearing at one time a way to make the fog lights stay on with the HI beams, but now I can't find where. Has anyone done this or know how to?
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    there is a thread floating around on here that shows you how to do it. forget what its called. some sort of diode links between the relays for the low and high beams.

    Alex


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    Thanks for link it'll give me a small project to do

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    I am going to stop at radio shack in the morning and pick up some diodes. My fogs are pointless (can't even tell they are on) I am interested in having the lows run with the highs. Even I can stick a diode in a hole!!

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    Definitely a great mod, $5 and about ten minutes (if you go slow).

    Pikey- I have heard that you can run the hi beam bulbs in the fogs, I'm waiting for one of mine to burn out until I go for it. Maybe then you will be able to tell when they are on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrigginNoodles View Post
    Definitely a great mod, $5 and about ten minutes (if you go slow).

    Pikey- I have heard that you can run the hi beam bulbs in the fogs, I'm waiting for one of mine to burn out until I go for it. Maybe then you will be able to tell when they are on.
    not in my fogs. they take some weird size bulb

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    Too bad, doing the lows and hi's together will help you out then.

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    Will this work on the old style 99 Suburbans?

    Thanks,
    Al

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