how hard is it to wire hella 500s?

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  1. Pavester

    Pavester New Member

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    preferably 4 of them into a seperate switch
     
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    borazhasleftthebuilding Lets Party OT Supporter

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    cant be done

    lightforce 240>smella 500
     
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    instead of just wiring them into the high beam switch i just want a little switch somewhere on the dash to turn all four on.

    and lightforce lights are too big to go where i am putting the lights. behind the grill on my truck
     
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    It shouldn't be that difficult. Find a relay and switch at your local auto parts store and have a ball. I'm not too familiar with the Hella's, but many times the lights will come with wiring for that specific purpose.
     
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    did i not show you pics?
     
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    They are actually really easy. I have a pair independently wired on my yota. It's easier to install two switches since that's how the wiring they come with is done.

    I also have a pair of KC daylighters... I like those better, my $.02
     

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