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    Ok, if I take a picture of my box can you tell me where to do it?

    '01 Chevrolet S10
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    -Strange Performance stickers
    -exhaust coming soon
    -Xplod Head Unit with iPod connectivity
    -12" Sony Xplod woofer
    -Majestic 400 watt amp, bridged

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    The link explains what to do step by step... The process is the same regardless of the truck... As long as it's a newer truck that had relay driven headlights... The only difference would probably be that your under hood electrical station won't look exactly like the ones in the link...

    Tim a.k.a. Da' Boulder

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    Ok thanks a ton.

    '01 Chevrolet S10
    -custom air intake
    -painted dash
    -footwell lights
    -Strange Performance stickers
    -exhaust coming soon
    -Xplod Head Unit with iPod connectivity
    -12" Sony Xplod woofer
    -Majestic 400 watt amp, bridged

    If at first you don't succeed, then skydiving is not for you.
    :party:

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    No prob...

    Tim a.k.a. Da' Boulder

    2003 Chevrolet Avalanche Z71 - Custom Emergency Response POV

    Firefighter, Fire Policeman, Ambulance Driver, Rescue Tech, Emergency Lighting Installer

    Tint, 20's, Bull Bar, Intake, Exhaust, Billet Grill, Stereo, Custom Console, Emergency Equipment, and the list goes on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon View Post
    the factory light melt the housing i have a certified trucks i got with 34,000 mile 12 mo.bumper to bumper and 100,000 power and the dealer said they cant install new house cause they will just do it again chevy said NO on the housing so i installed LED's in th[IMG]file:///C:/Users/IIINEENJAHIII/Pictures/Z71/IMG00231-20100207-1033.jpg[/IMG]em = no heat.....[IMG]file:///C:/Users/IIINEENJAHIII/Pictures/Z71/IMG00231-20100207-1033.jpg[/IMG]
    How are the led lights compared To the HIDs 55watt ? It looks pretty good in your signature pic. Never seen led head lights before.

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    After these diodes are installed are the lights still able to be used separately like from the factory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffz0rz View Post
    After these diodes are installed are the lights still able to be used separately like from the factory?
    Yes and no... If you run the diode from the high beam to the fog light, the fog light will operate normal until you activate your high beams. Since the diode runs between the high beams and fog lights, they are "linked" so activating the high beams will turn on your fogs. But if your high beams are not on, then your fogs will still work with their switch independently...

    Tim a.k.a. Da' Boulder

    2003 Chevrolet Avalanche Z71 - Custom Emergency Response POV

    Firefighter, Fire Policeman, Ambulance Driver, Rescue Tech, Emergency Lighting Installer

    Tint, 20's, Bull Bar, Intake, Exhaust, Billet Grill, Stereo, Custom Console, Emergency Equipment, and the list goes on...

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    And if I hook up the diode backwards then it will work. Reverse right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffz0rz View Post
    And if I hook up the diode backwards then it will work. Reverse right?
    Yeah, if you put the diode in backwards, you'll turn your highbeams on when you activate your fogs...

    Tim a.k.a. Da' Boulder

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    Firefighter, Fire Policeman, Ambulance Driver, Rescue Tech, Emergency Lighting Installer

    Tint, 20's, Bull Bar, Intake, Exhaust, Billet Grill, Stereo, Custom Console, Emergency Equipment, and the list goes on...

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    Good deal. Thanks for the great info. Helped out alot.

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