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this might be a little complicated. I would like to replace the factory fog lights on my 2013 with 4 2" led pods from blackoak. I would like one of the pods on each side to run as normal with the factory switch(on low beams as intended). On high beams, I would like all 4 pods to be manually activated by switch on the dash. Possible? how would I wire the low beam pods to fire with the switch when they are already wired into the factory switch? thanks
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Tee in a diode.
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T in a diode on the factory side of fog light power source. Use the highs to trigger relayed switched negative to all four pods. Powers for high fogs from keyed power.
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Baja had some instructions for their led pods to replace the fog lights. Probably similar.
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