Hey Boys and Girls,
So I bought a set of IPF off road lights to go with my new ARB bumper which is on the way . I am expecting the instructions to be garbage so I hopped on the forum and tried to do some research on how to install them. I found about a bigillion threads on how to install off road lights with an independent switch in various ways but was unable to find out how to tie them into the high beams.
Is there a reason for this?
I bought these for on and off road. I want them on with my high beams but I don't want to have to reach down every time there is oncoming traffic to turn them off. Montana allows two auxiliary lamps to be on with the high beams if they aren't more than 42 inches off the ground and you turn them off within 1000 feet of oncoming traffic. So unless Montana is more liberal than most states with its lighting laws (I know we are with gun laws ) I'm assuming its just preference on everybody's part? Maybe people just like "flippin switches yo!" or am I missing something here?
Also, since I was unable to find anything with the search function can someone point me in the right direction to tie these bad boys into my high beams? Do I just install a fuse tap in the high beam slot and run it to the off road relay or what?