NNBS 6Hi Mod (Low-fogs)

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  1. SilveradoCowboy93

    SilveradoCowboy93 Member

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    So I tried to the 6Hi Mod the "correct way" with the relay and tapping into my wires in the harness for my fuse block and that didn't work.. so I said screw it and just used the in-line fuse I bought to go from the low beam relay to the fog relay and what do ya know! My fogs come on automatically with my lows (which is awesome!) also since iv read a lot of people asking how to do that because they are tired of hitting the fog switch... and when you hit your brights of course they all stay on.

    Here are some pics, I used a 15amp fuse so Idk if it's too much or not

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  2. Reit38

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    I never could get this to work on my nnbs

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  3. SilveradoCowboy93

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    What way were you trying to do? Because iv done the in-line relay( the way I just did) and the other way from fogs to lows:


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  4. Reit38

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    Resistor from lows to fogs just like I did on my nbs

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  5. SilveradoCowboy93

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    Well if you don't mind your fogs coming on when your lows are on, (aka never having to hit your fog light switch) try doing a in-line fuse like I did from your lows to fogs. Then once you hit your brights, since our lows stay on with highs, they'll all be on: it has worked for me so far since i figured it out and did it.


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  6. Reit38

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    Exactly what I've been after. I'll have to give that a try

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  7. SilveradoCowboy93

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    Awesome, let me know how it goes!


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