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Fitting spots to a shogun warrior

Where is the best place to fit the signal wire to the relay to get spot lights to work with main beam on a shogun sport warrior? is there an auxilary fuse? because tapping into the main beam wire just behind the head light bulb only puts the lights on when main beam is on....... normal day driving the spot do not light up when the original lights are flashed

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Yes there is a relay switch that allows the low to high beam switch to occur. It shoud be mounted under the hood along the firewall. Check your manual too!



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