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Old 11-27-2007
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How To: Wire Offroad Lights Into Headlight Switch

First of all, I did this while wiring up my projector headlights but offroad lights would be the same. The wiring that came with my projectors already came with a relay so that step will be left out.

Step 1: Choose where to mount the toggle switch and drill a hole.
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Step 2: Splice a wire into the W/BL wire coming out of the headlight switch, this wire is actually for the daytime running lights. If your toggle switch comes with a LED light find a ground.
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Step 3: Connect the power and load wires and the ground wire to the toggle switch.
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Step 4: Put the toggle switch in the hole that was drilled. Now the offroad lights can't be left on without the running lights also being left on.
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The projectors.
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