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Old 07-02-2006, 03:59 PM   #1
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On my previous Chevy truck, I had ordered a JK Light Wiring Harness which allowed my low beam headlights to stay on even when I had my high beams on. Plus, there was supposed to be more juice to the lights which made them a little brighter. Now that I have a new Chevy, I want to get another of those wiring harnesses but can't remember how to contact them. Anybody else know how to get ahold of them???
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On my previous Chevy truck, I had ordered a JK Light Wiring Harness which allowed my low beam headlights to stay on even when I had my high beams on. Plus, there was supposed to be more juice to the lights which made them a little brighter. Now that I have a new Chevy, I want to get another of those wiring harnesses but can't remember how to contact them. Anybody else know how to get ahold of them???
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Ryan, I read an article on either duramaxforum.com or dieselplace.com that said to use an aftermarket wiring harness to replace the factory headlamp harness. The factory harness uses undersize wiring, causing the headlamps to fail to achieve full brightness. Is this the same harness as you are talking about? I'm planning to install one this summer.
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That's what they say. The other thing that really helps is that your low beam lights stay on when you have your high beams on which gives much more light. I got the kit from Kennedy for my '02 Chevy and it was a night and day difference (please excuse the pun). His kit also comes with higher wattage bulbs which of course help too. I'm definitely planning to purchase this kit again for my new '06 Chevy.
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