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Wiring driving lights, can you help?


Huzband

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This weekend I'll be wiring my e-Bay aquired Hella FF50's & PIAA 002-X through my Blue Seas fuse block.

Where I need help is, I want to wire them so the PIAA's go thru Low beam, & the Hella's go thru High beam. I will use the switches provided so I can turn them on/off independently.

Question is, which wire is Low, & which is High.

Your most expansive knowledge & experience is, as always, greatly admired & appreciated. grin.gif

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White/yellow is low beam, white only is high beam.

 

Although you didn't say, I'm presuming (hoping) you're only going to use these connections to trigger a relay to your lights. Not wire them directly.

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White/yellow is low beam, white only is high beam.

 

Although you didn't say, I'm presuming (hoping) you're only going to use these connections to trigger a relay to your lights. Not wire them directly.

You are correct, sir!

And, thanks for the answer. thumbsup.gif

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White/yellow is low beam, white only is high beam.

 

Although you didn't say, I'm presuming (hoping) you're only going to use these connections to trigger a relay to your lights. Not wire them directly.

You are correct, sir!

And, thanks for the answer. thumbsup.gif

Actually, as it turns out, your answer has the wiring reversed.. After checking with a meter, white is Low beam, white/yellow is High.

A simple case of Dyslexia, I'm sure. grin.gif

I still appreciate your help, as it prompted me to do a little work of my own.

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