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Old 12-09-2009, 02:52 PM
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

LOL very true... I've seen a few deer threads lately on another Jeep forum and those deers can ruin your day!
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Old 12-09-2009, 02:53 PM
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

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LOL very true... I've seen a few deer threads lately on another Jeep forum and those deers can ruin your day!
In wyoming, deer are a serious threat. But so are Elk and cows. Going head-on with an 1100 pound cow makes for an interesting (and usually totalling) estimate.
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Old 12-09-2009, 02:59 PM
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

Yeah here just north of SF I have to worry about deer and stinky hippies hitch hiking for rides.
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

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Yeah here just north of SF I have to worry about deer and stinky hippies hitch hiking for rides.
I've found the best way to handle them is with a swift introduction to your passenger side door at around 30 mph.
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

It won't benefit many people, but I know RDP outside of Cleveland (Painseville, OH) has a starSCAN tool.
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

I had mine done..But I have a connection! LOL
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

Pic before I installed the HIDs...

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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

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And how on God's green earth did you manage that?
I'm guessing that since mine was a laredo, and fogs are optional, that you can do with them as you please. Mine had the X package which was a top end laredo (despite a few options) and had fogs.
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Re: how to enable your highs and fogs and lows at the same time

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I'm guessing that since mine was a laredo, and fogs are optional, that you can do with them as you please. Mine had the X package which was a top end laredo (despite a few options) and had fogs.

No vehicle ever came from the factory with the ability to have the fogs and high beams on at the same time....at least in the USA....It can be done by either changing the settings with Starscan, or with some rewiring....But it is illegal in the US to have the lights operate like this...
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