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Old 05-19-2010, 07:00 AM   #11
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Re: Extra driving lights

I have the same "old eye" problems with night vision. I tried some higher (100W) wattage halogen bulbs first, but they melted the connectors.
Last winter, I converted to Xenon bulbs. The Plug and Play kit didn't work, so I rewired the headlight circuit, tapping the main circuit board for a 12V supply, and using the OEM connector for the right side headlight to control 3 relays that turn on the bulbs and activate the magnet that moves the tube for high and low beam.

They throw A LOT more light, but required some reaiming to minimize irritating oncoming drivers.

John T.
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