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Driving light mounts for 86 SEi model
This is an ASPY schematic I presume the SE is similar. I would tend to do something like this. The relay could be tucked in behind the headlamp, run a fused line from the battery to the relay, when the low beam is activated so is the relay.

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#16 02-18-2008, 07:23 AM,
Yes, the white wire comes out of the switch to the headlight. Where you tie in is a matter of preference. Remember, you're going to have to mount a relay somewhere, so keep that in mind when your running your wires. It is very tempting to use "scotch locks" but try to resist. The only good connection is a soldered one. You're also going to need a fuse to protect the circuit. Put the fuse as close to the battery as possible in the event of a crimped or chaffed wire. A "lighted" control switch would also be a good idea, so you know when the lights are on.

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#17 02-18-2008, 01:09 PM,

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