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|11-01-2005, 09:33 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2005
wiring lighted rocker switch/ fog light relay wiring
OK so I have been searhing this and other forums in search of specific details on how to wire up a lighted rocker switch for my 7th gen/2004 tacoma.
I have the fogs wired directly to the battery for power and I have a Toyota OEM three prong lighted fog light rocker switch. The switch works fine, n problem there. But I'm having trouble getting the LED light to work. I can tap into a fuse in the uder dash fuse box to get it power but it stays on all the time and I don't want that. I only want it to light up when the fogs are on.
The second thing I want to do is wire the fogs to a relay so that they are only on with the low beams. I have a 30amp relay with 4 prongs and I think I know how to do this. I found several drawing on this site that show how.
So the question I have for this is, how do I tap into the low beam headlight circuit so that the fogs are synced with the low beams?
Thanks for helping a newbie out.
|11-01-2005, 01:03 PM||#2|
truck ~n~ tow
My Rig: '00 Tacoma
Join Date: May 2005
Here's how the Hellas wire up..
I didn't run mine to the low beams as I didn't want to cut into the stock headlight wires. Instead I plugged into the headlight relay in the fuse box under the hood... So my lights come on and go off when you turn the headlights on. Then I can control either the long range or fog lights with the rocker switches. If I turn off my stock headlights they all go off.
'00 Taco SR5, xtrcab, V6, 5-SP, 4X, and some extras...
~n~ ...off road action photo's
Truck build --- Trailer build
Last edited by cbrRRman; 11-01-2005 at 02:04 PM.
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