Last week I had a fog light burn out. I disconnected it for the time being. But things are a little tricky.
If my low beams are on and I turn the fog light switch on the ONE(since the other is burnt out) fog turns on like normal. If i turn the high beams on they turn on like normal, but if i turn the high beams back off they stay on and the low beams turn back on as well as the fog light. So the high beams, low beams, and one fog light are all on simultaneously, i LOVE it. It's bright as hell.
But say I turn the the low beams on but leave the fogs off and then turn on the high beams. They come on like normal. I turn them off and they turn off and the low beams come on just like normal.
So having the fog switch on is causing all three sets of lights to turn on...weird. I'm not sure if this is because of having the bulb burnt out or what.
What I want:
I want to be able to turn the fogs and lows on like normal. But I want to be able to turn the high beams on and have the lows and fogs stay on too. And then when I shut the highs off they shutoff and the lows and fogs stay on. Is this possible? I'm assuming a wiring guru can figure this out. I'm not intelligent enough to figure something like this out lol.
I have Spyder headlights.