|10-21-2011 04:27 PM|
|Xpress||How about wiring the bumper lights up so that when you hit the high beams, the bumper lights come on and increasing your visibility? That's low a lot of lighting systems on modern cars work nowadays, where there is a separate light for the highbeams that comes on when you flip on the highs. Then just wire up the windshield lights with a switch for offroad use.|
|10-21-2011 02:52 PM|
|Peepers||I beleive you can hook two power sources up to the same relay. have the power from your switch and the power from your high beams / low beams connect to the switch side of the relay.|
|10-21-2011 02:26 PM|
I have 2 sets of auxilary driving lights( windsheild lights and bumper lights). Both sets of lights are wired up to a fuse and and a external switch. Its a pain to turn the lights on and off for each time you turn the high beams off and on so i was wondering if i could wire the bumper lights to the low beams and the windsheild lights to the high beams. Also i was wondering if i could still hook the sets of lights to a switch. (Bumper lights_switch 1-> low beams__windsheild lights_switch 2-> high beams)
Light switch 1-> off= wired to low beams_on= lights are one. Light switch 2-> off= wired to high beams_on= lights are on
Might be a little confusing but if anybody has any suggestions on how i could do this that would be great.