Pug X250 electrics

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  1. Moodybrook

    Moodybrook Funster

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    I am still something of a boy racer (albeit geriatric one) so I want to fit a pair of Angel Eyes Spots in the ugly holes on the front of our van. Really just to fill those holes. Don't intend a lot of moonlight flitting !

    Question 1. - to have the "Angel"eyes come on with the side lights can I just splice into the side lights cable at the headlamp assembly ?
    Question 1 a. Do I have to balance things and do each side separate ?

    I have a separate little black box and wiring ("Ring" kit) for the main 55w Spotlights circuit with its dashboard fitting on/off switch.

    Question 2. I seem to remember that I may experience a fault to appear, courtesy of something called Canbus or some other mickey mouse circuit systems phenomena. Or am I just paranoid ??
     
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    Nothing clever to do at all.. Just wire them in what ever is the easiest way for you :)
     
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    If they are intended to be DRLs they must come on when the 'ignition' switch is turned on and go off when the sidelights are turned on.
     
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    There was a thread on this a couple of days/weeks ago............. might be worth searching?
     
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    No, not DRLS' thanks, they are really just hole fillers/cosmetic, unlikely to be used in anger. Fog is generally an autumn/winter/spring, hazard, I don't do much bad weather, at least not intentionally. I do intend to do them properly however which is why I was asking for the benefit of your esteemed experience/knowledge. :)
     
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