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Anybody else having problems with oncoming traffic thinking you have your brights on and "bright eyein'" you ? It happens to me at least five times a night. I admit, my 04 has some bright headlights. I hate to do it, but after they've flicked me twice....I'll do a quick flip of the brights. I'm beginning to worry since it looks like folks are nearly running off the road while meeting me. I guess my normal lights really bother them. They don't seem to be aimed high or out of kilter.
 

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You have a GMC?? Yes, I get that all the time. I run my fog lights all the time too. When people flash me now, I have my high/low/fog lights come on all at the same time. I also have a set of Piaas on the front of my truck that I can have come on when I high beam.
 

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I used a relay. I bought a DRL kit from napa and the relay that came with it had 2 inputs. The foglights actually come on when my low beams are on and when my high beams go on, it keeps my low beams on.
 

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I don't have the part number of the kit, but you can just buy any standard relay and do it. Guys have done the same thing using diodes and the stock relays for only a couple of bucks. I think you can still download the instructions for the Painless kit online. If not, let me know, I think I still have an electronic copy. Here is a standard relay diagram and how to install it.



Here is the instructions from the Painless kit too. It should explain it pretty good. Painless kit instructions

Here is the instructions for the diode method look at post #10: Diode method
 
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