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Old 02-14-2008, 10:25 PM
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by peterislazyek9 &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">good writeup =]</TD></TR></TABLE>
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your my hero id be so screwed without this, thanks
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nice write up will help a bunch of friends
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Just a quick question, where did you guys ground your relay to ?
And where did you guys put your relay ? I have my relay under my dash right now and I tried to wire up the foglights today but it didn't work.

I followed all of the instructions using this:

But then this:


Contradicts where to put the black, red, and 30amp fuse wire.
Actually all of the pictures that show you where to put the wires black, red, and 30amp inline fuse wire are different.

Also I couldn't find this brown plug underneath the dash

So I just ran the line from the relay to my headlights, could that have been my problem?
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theres a gold metal bolt on top of where the fuse box is located, thats where u ground your relay and the brown plug is under the dash to your left hand side its hidden so look around, n the brown plug is in the engine bay by the the low beam connector driver side. hope that helps , just finished doing mine and it came out sick!
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by ViSiONxBoY &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Just a quick question, where did you guys ground your relay to ?
And where did you guys put your relay ? I have my relay under my dash right now and I tried to wire up the foglights today but it didn't work.

I followed all of the instructions using this:
http://is.rely.net/1-4989-8453...Q.jpg
But then this:
http://is.rely.net/1-4989-8454...Q.jpg

Contradicts where to put the black, red, and 30amp fuse wire.
Actually all of the pictures that show you where to put the wires black, red, and 30amp inline fuse wire are different.


Also I couldn't find this brown plug underneath the dash http://is.rely.net/1-4989-8454...Q.jpg

So I just ran the line from the relay to my headlights, could that have been my problem?
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The reason the two pictures don't match up is because one is a 94-97 fuse box and one is 98-01 fuse box. Also the pictures are all just different sources I collected over the years and was asked by a mod to post them all. They are just supposed to be a reference to help out. If you have any specific questions that Milan0Gsr didn't just answer shoot me a pm.
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From this picture, where do I put the ground for the switch?
Same place I put the ground for the 30amp relay ?

Or is the ground suppose to go to the brown plug hiding behind the rest pedal ?
My car is a 96 Integra by the way.
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<FONT SIZE="3">Update: So I got the fogs to work today- I am using the cruise control button as my foglight switch. I found that you do not have to cut all of the wires connected to it, just the green one. You can leave the rest alone and follow the diagram. When I had the 2 reds together and 2 blacks it didn't work.</FONT>
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Damn, I could have used this 2 years ago when I was trying to figure out the wiring mess that the original owner left for me.
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i would probably say the same thing. i had a type r frontend like two yrs ago
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Noob here on electrical wiring.. But I just recently bought an integra with the jdm front and the headlight wiring on this car is f*cked up. Everything is just spliced and I have no idea on how to connect all the wires. Somebody told me about getting the passwordjdm harness which they said would help me lot. But does anyone have a digram or have this type of setup that they can maybe help me out with?
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by pu5sipoppr &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Noob here on electrical wiring.. But I just recently bought an integra with the jdm front and the headlight wiring on this car is f*cked up. Everything is just spliced and I have no idea on how to connect all the wires. Somebody told me about getting the passwordjdm harness which they said would help me lot. But does anyone have a digram or have this type of setup that they can maybe help me out with?</TD></TR></TABLE>

There is a wiring diagram on the first page for the headlights. If you still can't figure it out you can pm me.
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Nice write-up gonna be making one of these this week.
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were did you find that 40 amp relay at???? I've been to 4 part stores and a radio shake and still no luck with the relay in the pic..

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would this relay work???

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anyone know a place who can make me a complete wiring for my headlight....i got the ITR HID one and a very shity harness that i want it new.

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I bought brand new connectors from Passwordjdm for the non-hid headlights. They only have four wires so you will need to get a third connector to steal two wires out of it so each connector has five wires.

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Did you try Napa Auto Parts? I'm surprised no automotive parts stores don't carry the relay you need. If all else fails try eBay.
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when i needed help on my jdm front wiring i followed every Spids5 instructions and it work, that relay i got it from a local car alarm shop...Thanks Spids5
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