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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Checking the electrical diagram in any aftermarket service manual would show you exactly where to make changes if you are satisfied with using low beams instead of auxilliary lower wattage bulbs, the addition of a relay that would turn on with the ignition and then be out of circuit when you turn on the lights for night driving to avoid changing how the high-low beams and the flash function works wouldn't be that difficult.
Anyone who can read electrical diagrams could show you how and where to cut & splice and there may be an empty relay socket in the car's panel for mounting it. There are often unused positions because of options not installed when new.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
check www.car-part.com if you are looking for a used one otherwise you will need to go to the dealer. If you buy a salvage part you will most likely need to get it flashed programmed to match your VIN . Most modules are VIN specific in late model vehicles, so you may want to investigate further before you buy anything. Flash programming a used one will probably still be cheaper than a new dealer part though.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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