Canada - Ontario Headlight Tee Harness Adapters Interested?

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I’ve been working on finding the factory plug to make up adapters so I didn’t have to hack into the factory harness to add accessories. I made a couple up for a project of mine and they work well.

1 unit is only needed if using to trigger a relay harness.

2 units needed if using for switchback side markers. Or in some cases hyperflash resistors.

Or anything you want to bring on with your Highbeam or low beam or turn signal circuit.

I have made this color coded to make it easy to tie into the signal (Yellow), Low (Blue) and High (Red) wire.
This one shown is for the All LED headlights.

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Curious and interested. Would like to know more about uses.
 
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Curious and interested. Would like to know more about uses.
The ones I made for myself I tied the Highbeam flapper of my projector fog light into. So when I put on the Highbeam they also trigger the flapper inside the fogs. I also used the DRL+Highbeam+Fog kit from another seller on here to achieve this.

So basically I hack into this harness instead of my factory harness. This way I can reverse everything I’ve done back to stock if necessary.
 

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The ones I made for myself I tied the Highbeam flapper of my projector fog light into. So when I put on the Highbeam they also trigger the flapper inside the fogs. I also used the DRL+Highbeam+Fog kit from another seller on here to achieve this.

So basically I hack into this harness instead of my factory harness. This way I can reverse everything I’ve done back to stock if necessary.
So conceivably, one could tie into the high beam harness to trigger a separate relay without the need to splice wires?
 
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So conceivably, one could tie into the high beam harness to trigger a separate relay without the need to splice wires?
Yes.
 
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Basically we’re looking at “T” harness like what they use in trailer wiring that is plug and play vehicle specific.
 

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Basically we’re looking at “T” harness like what they use in trailer wiring that is plug and play vehicle specific.
I see. Would you need one or two per car?
 
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I see. Would you need one or two per car?
Only if you want to spread the load across circuits. Left and right high and low for each side have their own circuit. 4 circuits
 
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Another good uses for switch back side markers wiring.
 
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Updated first post.
 
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Parts came in and I have 10 of these available now. If bought with the Staybright modules shipping would be cheaper.
 
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will this work if I want aftermarket fog lights to light up when low beams are on?
Mine is LX without fogs
How this will work in my application?
 

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I'll take two please Brisco.
 

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