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Does anyone who has the highbeams relayed to turn the low beams on have any melting issues with stock bulbs? Considering doing this tonight.
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I have had the two light on at the same time for about a year .
I have experienced no light bulb burn out so far.
I personaly would recommend the system from my night driving.
I have had only one flash back from other drivers since i had the HD lights installed.
I got the Keep the two light sources on at the same time from the good people on this foram.
Thank you all.
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Does anyone who has the highbeams relayed to turn the low beams on have any melting issues with stock bulbs? Considering doing this tonight.

No issues. I've driven at night with the brights on for maybe 10-20 mins at a time.

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