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Below are some simple yet ingenious ideas and wiring diagrams to create some amazing results and create new features you can't buy anywhere for even 10 times the cost.


See how to properly wire a fuel pump relay (for aftermarket upgrades)

See how to make fog lamps stay on with high beams (for newer vehicles)

See how to make headlamps brighter (for older vehicles)

See how to make low beams stay on with high beams (for all vehicles)

Example of our relay replacing a switched wire direct to a fuel pump

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Example of our relay allowing fog lamps remain on with high beams

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Many new vehicles with factory fog lamps automatically shut off when activating hi beams. This is usually embedded in the VCM (Vehicle Control Module) and can not be altered. While there are conversion boxes out there which correct this for several Hundred dollars, just by using one of our relays you can make your fog lamps stay on with the high beam for under $16 in a few minutes for maximum light coverage and brightness. To the right is the simple wiring modifications needed using just one of our relays, and plug harnesses.

By utilizing either the factory upfitter switches or adding your own, you can also have complete control of your new conversion. It can operate normally as it does now, or flip the activation switch and (
1) the Fog lamps will stay on when the high beams are activated, or (2) even if the fog lamps are off if you activate the high beams it will automatically turn the For lamps on! Or switch back to normal mode.

While the diagram reflects a Ford Superduty, this can also work successful on other newer model and makes of trucks and cars.

Here is the single relay and plug wired and ready to be bolted on

Using the upfitter switches you can control the automation of the lamps

Here the new lead to the relay is added to the factory fog lamp plug

The completed tap into the fog lamp power lead is finished and ready to go

For the tap into the high beam, just location the high beam wire at the plug going into the headlamp bulb and tap into that and route to the relay. That's it!

Example of our relay making headlights brighter

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If you've ever noticed the headlights dim when tunring on the heater or even seen them flicker with the signal lights, that's because your headlights are wired like a long extension cord with 15 power tools all running off the end plug at once There's just not enough to go around and headlight illumination suffers the most.

Many older vehicles have the main power going into the dash area, and then distributed to the various targets such as the gauges, heater switch, and head lights. Newer vehicles use relays to prevent this power loss.

This easy modification will bypass the dash and grab power direct from the battery to make your lights as bright as they ever will be
for under $30 in a few minutes. To the right is the simple wiring modifications needed using just two of our relays, and plug harnesses.

You can also add the feature to keep the low beams on with the high beams for even more light, by adding just one wire (blue) and an optional switch to enable or disable the "dual beam" feature. Your factory dimmer switch will still function as normal.

Simply locate the low and high beam wires at the plug going into the headlamp bulb, cut and splice into them and route to the relay. That's it! Be sure to add a larger ground wire at each headlamp plug to handle the increased current coming in from both low and high beam wires at the same time when the "dual high beam mode" is enabled.

Example of our relay allowing low beams to remain on with hi beams

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Most vehicles have either low or high beams, but not both at the same time. This would add tremendous illumination and blind spot coverage and is an easy modification just by using one of our relays you can make your low beams stay on with the high beam for under $16 in a few minutes for maximum brightness. To the right is the simple wiring modifications needed using just one of our relays, and plug harnesses.

By utilizing either the factory upfitter switches or adding your own, you can also have complete control of your new conversion. It can operate normally as it does now, or flip the activation switch and the low beams with stay on with the high beams, or switch back to normal mode.

While the diagram reflects a Ford Superduty, this can also work successful on other model and makes of trucks and cars.

Simply locate the low and high beam wires at the plug going into the headlamp bulb, and tap into that and route to the relay. That's it!