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Old 04-25-2011, 02:23 PM
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Anyone have any diagrams of this? What I'm wanting to do is find the wire that cuts the fog lights off when you turn the brights on.
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Old 04-25-2011, 02:52 PM
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Guessing you are referring to an NBS 07 and up?
I believe its BCM controlled... but I am sure its doable... I'd like to try wiring mine up like I had my 97 so that when I lit up the brights my low beams stayed on as well...
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Jeff: The NBS brights do keep the lo-beams on.

cyras21: Not sure why one would want to do that as the brights actually reduce visibility in the fog.
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Jeff: The NBS brights do keep the lo-beams on.

cyras21: Not sure why one would want to do that as the brights actually reduce visibility in the fog.
No, I want the fogs to stay on when I flip the brights.

Low beams only

Low beams and Fogs

Low beams, Fogs, and Brights
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Old 04-25-2011, 06:39 PM
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Jeff: The NBS brights do keep the lo-beams on.
Really, I didn't know that. will have to check it out this eveing
maybe that is why the fogs go off when you go to high beams for the current draw....
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Low beams, Fogs, and Brights
Why? It's counter-intuitive.
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