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Old 22 Jun 2011, 03:31 pm
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Default Wiring Del Sol Fog Lights to Headlights please help!?

I have a 1997 del sol S... I put a 95 bumper on it, now it has the fog light holes... I just ordered some fog lights... I want to wire the fog lights directly into the headlights, so everytime I put my low beams on my fog lights go on with them, and shut off with the headlights.. I dont want any switch, or anything like that... Can I splice the wires directly into the low beams? and What wires do I need? currently now I just have the fog light casings and bulbs, what wires do I need to connect it directly into the headlights? and how do I do it? please be specific thanks















so its not possible without a relay? will it deff. overload the circuit?















what about if I use a low watt bulb in the fog lights? will i still need a relay?
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Old 22 Jun 2011, 04:01 pm
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it is possible, but risky. and i recommend a relay. plus, those fog lights look awesome!
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Old 22 Jun 2011, 04:16 pm
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all the people who wrote answers are all WRONG!!! u can wire ur fogs to the headlights on to ur low beams. i done it on my 98 EK and other cars! 1st take ur fogs and stick the two wires on the battery to test if they work. if i can remember right, it dont matter which wire go to which terminal. after u tested them, make 5 foot wires(4 of them, 2+&2-).....next, wire the wires to each plug on each of the wires on the fog lites. after u have done that, run the wires nice and neat thru the core support so they wont dangle. all hondas have 3 wires running to the headlight bulb. ground, high beam power, and low beam power. ground is the top, low is on the right and high on the left. connect 1 wire to the top and 2nd to the right wire......the way i did it is pull the plug out from the male connection on the bulb and stuck the wires into the female hole. but twist up the wire 1st before u put it in. then gently put the whole damn connector on the bulb socket. then go turn ur switch on in the car. it should work. if not, then switch ur wires on the plug ins.















P.S. those guy dont know what theyre talkn about. im running fogs and hood windsheild nozzle lights on the headlights without blowing a bulb or fuse. let me know if it workx.
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