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Headlight wiring problem

I'm trying to hook up some off road lights on my front push bumper and the instructions tell me to hook up into one of the headlights of the truck. There are three wires that come in to the headlight: white w/ green stripe, green w/ white stripe, and red w/ blue stripe. Which one should I splice into in order for these lights to work. Thanks in advance. Paul

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I will definitive not recomend to go from the head lights because the off road lighs will come on any time you have the head lighst on i will recomend to install a togle switch so they only come on when you want it to but if you still want to do it with the head lights then go and get a light tester this tester come w/ a little bulb to test voltage and turn the lghts on the chose high or low beams depending where you want to hook up the off road to, and conect the light tester to ground and whit the sharp end test every wire and the one lights thats the one you want to conect the head lights, and like a said if you still want to conect it to head lights i recomend to go to high beams that way you will be hable to drive in the city with low beams and avoid a ticket

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