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Eagle Eyes HALO lights blowing fuses

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by patrickockander, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. Aug 18, 2009 at 11:39 PM
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    patrickockander

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    Patrick
    San Antonio, TX
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    TACOMA TRD Offroad version 4x4
    Supercharged, Hood Lift-struts, Borlas, 2-tone Leather, Husky Liners, 16" Completely rewired audio system, Components front/rear, Dbl Limo Tint, 2-din JVC KWNX7000BT (DVD+GPS), TRD CAI, disabled seatbelt alarm, E3 Plugs, Halo Headlights, Tuck-in style Rain guards, dealer sticker removed, Step rail,
    Anybody else had this problem?

    I've had my headlights installed for near a year now, and all of a sudden the Halo portion of the lights is causing my fuse to blow (same fuse as taillights and climate control lighting).

    I was on a long road trip driving cross country when I realized what had happened. I isolated the LED Halo portion of the headlamps and temporarily fixed the problem of blowing fuses by not hooking it up again.

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    I'm thinking I could increase the fuse rating, but don't want to risk burning wires.

    By the way, when I have both Halos disconnected and begin to reconnect either side (driver's or passenger's) the fuse immediately blows...

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Pat
     
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