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RE: those of you running eurolights on your '86-'91 typ44 turbos

Up here in Canada (British Columbia, anyway), eh, having driving lights
on with your low beams is a ticket magnet for your local revenue
collection officers, more commonly referred to as the RCMP.  I would
definately suggest wiring them into your high beams.  It might save you
some tickets and also won't anger motorists coming toward you.

Stephane Livolsi
180 Yorston St
Williams Lake, BC, V2G 3Z1
ph 250-392-2637
fax 250-392-2693

'86 5KTQ stock (if you don't know what it means, you aren't in the club)

>From: 	JordanVw@aol.com[SMTP:JordanVw@aol.com]
>Sent: 	October 20, 1999 1:38 AM
>To: 	alexaudi@kki.net.pl; quattro@audifans.com
>Subject: 	Re: those of you running eurolights on your '86-'91 typ44 turbos
>another question  - my '86 5kT already has aftermarket under-bumper mounted 
>Bosch driving lights that come on when the lo beams are on, and are wired to 
>a OEM driving light switch in the console. 
>when i install the eurolights, can i still have the Bosch's come on while the
>eurolight driving lights are on at low beam?  i guess that would make both 
>the eurolight driving lights, and the Bosch driving lights and the low beams 
>all come on at once....overkill?.  or should i wire the eurolight driving 
>lights to come on at high beam?   what have some of you done?
>also- i dont have to install another driving light switch for the eurolight 
>driving lights, do i?  
>'86 5kT, TQ