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    How can ya make it so the high beam, low beam, and fog lights are on when the switch is on high beam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firecat972 View Post
    How can ya make it so the high beam, low beam, and fog lights are on when the switch is on high beam?
    I am sure it can be done with relays....but my first question is why would you want to do this?


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    Here is a good write up on how to do it. It costs about $5 and can be done in fifteen minutes. Lights up the road like crazy at night.
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    Why? because at night its alot brighter.... and thank you

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    Our 99-02 body style does not have the ability to use diodes in the fuse box. You need to run a relay. 2003-2007 Classic you can use diodes to do the 4 hi mod, and fog light mod.

    StylinTrucks has the relay kit you can just buy. But it's quite expensive.
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    just curious... i already have the 4-high mod installed (that $50 relay kit) and have had it for about 2 years but all the wires are slowly starting to come loose... sometimes the highs turn the lows off and sometimes both flicker...
    now i can easily fix this because i know which wire is causing it, but im curious... why doesnt the diode method work for a 2000 silverado???
    what is the difference?
    i think it is awesome and if it works i could eliminate all that unnecessary wire behind my left headlight...
    just wondering why you say it doesnt work
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