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slidr
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slidr Feb 5, 7:44am - #97503 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Saint Louis, MO
Fog Light Question...

Okay, I drive all the time with my brights on cause I have the almost pure lights with a hint of blue, and if there is any artificial light around, you can't see it at all. Also, I've been doing this for weeks now and I havn't gotten one complaint from another motorist.

I noticed that whenever my brights go on, my fog lights go off. Will the "full use of the fog lights" fix in the install section fix this problem, or is there another way around this? Thanks in advance. thumbsup

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RicePowered Feb 5, 2:35pm - #97504 
ECelica Staff

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South Jersey
nope, you need to tie the fog into both the high and low beam power.

You can use that install in the tech section but you need to run a seperate power wire to the fogs on order to get REAL full control.

cuz reight now the fogs are hookup through a relay with the low beams. that why your fogs will only come on if your low beams are on.

grin

Good luck it's not hard to do.
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ratfink
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ratfink Feb 5, 3:09pm - #97505 

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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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Massachusetts
i wouldn't fuck with it the factory has it that way for a reason
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Feb 5, 3:31pm - #97506 

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1995 Toyota Celica ST

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Meridian, MS
it will drain your battery a little faster but it shouldn't be that much of a problem
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