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Old 11-30-2008, 04:46 PM   #21
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but you can black out tail lights right???
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Old 11-30-2008, 04:47 PM   #22
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but you can black out tail lights right???
Im sure you can, but Im not a fan of it. I think it looks cool, but I think it reduces output to much, so as not to be safe.
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Old 11-30-2008, 11:21 PM   #23
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I think it looks cool, but I think it reduces output to much, so as not to be safe.
Also, it could shift the liability in a rear-end crash. Normally, the driver who hits from behind would be at fault. But if the taillights were blacked out, one could be held liable if it's not DOT approved and reduces visibility. The other driver could always claim he/she couldn't tell the brake lights were on.
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Old 12-01-2008, 04:40 PM   #24
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IM planning on using the stock wiring, relay, and switch from my fog lamps to power my IPF driving lights on my ARB Winch bar these have 1 65W H9 halogen bulb apeice.

any one try this approach and had it fail supply the needed power.

then next step would be high + fog mod I guess.
Uese heavier gauge wireing and a dedicated relay. Get an OEM fog switch and instal it in a "blank" on the dash for a factory look.
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piaa's are dirt simple to install. one wire to the ground the other to the common power in the main fuse box. run your wire through the firewall put a stakeon in the one wire plug it into a blank spot of the fusebox inside plug in your switch and voila. its a little more complicated using a different switch but not by much
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not sure how old this post is but I'd love to have the Tacoma fog lights,thanks,Stephen, Stephen.boutilier01@ns.sympatico.ca
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I've got an UN-WIRED access cab. I did it the easy way. Just hook up a relay to your high beam circuit via a "piggyback" terminal to power your floods. This way your high beams turn them on with the factory lighting switch. You can make a nice, neat hookup next to the battery. Battery +(fuse in line)...Ground.... in from the high beam wire...and out to the floods.
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