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j68rh 
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Posted: September 28, 2005 at 9:07 PM / IP Logged  
I am going to be purchasing a set of angel eye driving lights and I what to hook them up so when the parking lights are on the angel ring comes and also when the head lights are on the angel rings are one, But when I flip the switch in the car to turn on the driving light themselves i want the angel eyes to shut off.  I know relays are involved I just cant figure out how to wire them up for it to happen.  The car I am doing this on is a 2004 nissan xterra and a 2005 nissan altima.  any help would be great thanks
j68rh 
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is there anyone out there have any idea how to wire these relays so i can get the result i am lookin for
carguy411 
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y u want them to shut off you relly cant tell that much they are on when the driving lights are actually on
j68rh 
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Because I want it like that thats all
j68rh 
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any one know how to wire the relays to do that??
crzycreations 
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crzycreations 
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actually i don't think that'll show you how. I know there is a way you could do it using transistors.
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mickey1031 
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Posted: October 18, 2005 at 3:23 PM / IP Logged  

i have another question for you on this. I have a 2003 Monte Carlo SS .

I would liek to add Angel eyes on my car. Would like to se teh angel eyes to be the DLRs instead of my hig beams. Is this somethign that could be done? I hae no clue if it is a seperate circut or even if it is seperate wireing going to the high beams to run them at a lower watage.

I hate the DLR's living in Germany i get every one and thier brother flashing thier lights at me all the time.

If i could change them like i want to they would blend in some and also would be more pleaseing to myself.

Thanks for any help you can give to me on this.

just a man trying to make a nice toy car out of a monte carlo SS
cowboy21 
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Posted: October 31, 2005 at 4:03 AM / IP Logged  

here is a ruff guess at how to wire it up

angel eye wiring -- posted image.

cowboy21 
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that should turn them off
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