Subaru L series Driving LIghts

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Mad Hatter, May 22, 2007.

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    Mad Hatter Guest

    Mad Hatter, May 22, 2007
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    James Guest

    Connect fused supply to one of the contact conectors of the relay and also
    to one of the relay coil connectors (so only one wire running form +12v of
    the battery (decent guage fused). The hi-beam wire you found goes to the
    other relay coil connector. The remaining contact connector goes to the wire
    from the centre of the driving light lamps, and the other wire from the
    lights (if there is one and not earthed through the casing of the light
    assy) goes to a good solid ground (any convenient earthing point near the
    front of the car, alternatively to the neg terminal of the battery).

    James, May 28, 2007
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    James Guest


    Oh, and of course your dash mounted switch for the lights is mounted between
    the hi-beam wire you found and the relay.

    James, May 28, 2007
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    DS Guest

    If you have DRLs, your driving light application may not work as expected.
    On my 98 Outback, the driving lights would sometimes come on with the DRLs.
    I had to install a switch to defeat the driving lights when not in use to
    avoid this problem.
    DS, May 28, 2007
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