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    Question Diode Conversion for All Lights On High Beams

    Just a question to a mod. Its just a link to a pdf but its a great write up on how to do the whole fog/low/high/drl and combo in between for the headlights being on

    http://www.chevyavalanchefanclub.com...tdrlnstall.pdf
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    X2....On The Write-up being A Sticky.....Best one I have seen,Nicely Done.

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    i also thought this was a good idea, but make sure you do it right or you will be without lights at night, and cops love that!!!!

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    Thanks for the link dsfloyd. Great write up there. I want to do this with my 2007 Silverado Classic. It seems like the same set up, but then there is this "IMPORTANT NOTE: This will NOT work for 2002 or 2007+ models..." I will have to dig around the fuse box and check it out tomorrow. Anyone know why this may not work in the 02 & 07 models? I know this is for an Avalanche, but it seems to be the same set up as my silverado. If anyone knows more about this please fill me in because I would like to do the all on hi. Or at least do the fogs on with the high beams. I do overnight trips to Michigan a couple times a year so they would be nice on the quiet highways and back roads. Thanks
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    Did this mod tonight. Everything was the exact same on my 07 classic. Works good and it was an easy install. Took about 20 minutes with me going extra slow and double checking everything. Getting the relays back in was a squeeze but that was about the hardest part. I'm not too sure if I am going to keep the Full DTRL, but I love the All On Hi already...

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    i did this mod too. i will have to upload pics asap! lol

    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrigginNoodles View Post
    Thanks for the link dsfloyd. Great write up there. I want to do this with my 2007 Silverado Classic. It seems like the same set up, but then there is this "IMPORTANT NOTE: This will NOT work for 2002 or 2007+ models..." I will have to dig around the fuse box and check it out tomorrow. Anyone know why this may not work in the 02 & 07 models? I know this is for an Avalanche, but it seems to be the same set up as my silverado. If anyone knows more about this please fill me in because I would like to do the all on hi. Or at least do the fogs on with the high beams. I do overnight trips to Michigan a couple times a year so they would be nice on the quiet highways and back roads. Thanks
    Will this work for the old style 99 Suburbans? Saw a mod on another forum using a relay but haven't tried it. The diodes look easier to install.
    Thanks,
    Al

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    I don't know the 99 fuse box well enough to say...but it did NOT work for my 2001 Silverado. If yours is set up for separate relays for high and low beam, then it should work. My 2001 seems to be set up for left and right rather than high and low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by al1701 View Post
    Will this work for the old style 99 Suburbans? Saw a mod on another forum using a relay but haven't tried it. The diodes look easier to install.
    Thanks,
    Al
    It won't work for the 99's. I believe @nakranij did a different mod to achieve the same effect on his Silvy and I know it wasn't diode-based. (It could have been the relay mod of you spoke.)

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