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can anyone assist with providing steps on how to connect my headlights (low and high beams and fog lights) to relays, apparently i need 5 pin relays?:confused:
 

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I never thought that fog lights are so closely related to engine )
but hey, they are in the front bumper, near radiator which is a cooling system of an engine, so maybe they are!

op, you're in a wrong section )
 

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Maybe he uses them as block heaters to warm up the glow plugs.

Why not run 1 batter per light. Then you don't need relays!


Who told you to connect the low and high beam to a relay???
 

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There's a fused accessory female spade connector in the under dash fuse box that receives power once the running lights are one...use a test light to find it and use that instead

And Google will provide you will all your relay diagrams.

Also, stop listening to whoever told you all this, nobody needs that level of stupidity in their life
 

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you will be fine running stock wiring for low and high beam, no relays iirc. unless you want 100W headlamps that will fry the switch.
 

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ok thanks for all the replies, but what is happening is that i have to drive with high beams on in order to see clearly as my low beams are very dim and some Auto electrician told me to install relays for higher voltage. Any ideas on what the real problem may be or is it relays?
 

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