What did u do to your raptor today?

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Yeah probably. does seem strange they wouldn’t make them for all. Also kinda mess with the factory process wouldn’t it lol

What location are the drls on the hids up there ?
I don't know really, figure the headlights must be on low beam then, I just did some research, but I don't know if it's accurate, it says that the marker lights are made brighter for drl's, but the headlights have to be on as well, so? I read another blurb that said you have to run a resistor in line with the hids when you cut power to them so they don't hyperflash. Would like to know for sure myself, ha ha. But all sites still say it is programmable in forscan or your dealer still. So, lets see what @FordTechOne says when he comes over to visit the boat anchor site. :favorites37:
 

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I don't know really, figure the headlights must be on low beam then, I just did some research, but I don't know if it's accurate, it says that the marker lights are made brighter for drl's, but the headlights have to be on as well, so? I read another blurb that said you have to run a resistor in line with the hids when you cut power to them so they don't hyperflash. Would like to know for sure myself, ha ha. But all sites still say it is programmable in forscan or your dealer still. So, lets see what @FordTechOne says when he comes over to visit the boat anchor site. :favorites37:
Per the Workshop Manual, trucks with HID headlights use the turn signals (parking lights) as the DRLs. I thought Canada required the headlights to be on, but apparently not? Amber lights are much more visible in low ambient light conditions anyway, I never understood how running the headlamps at low intensity was better than parking lights at full brightness.
 

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Per the Workshop Manual, trucks with HID headlights use the turn signals (parking lights) as the DRLs. I thought Canada required the headlights to be on, but apparently not? Amber lights are much more visible in low ambient light conditions anyway, I never understood how running the headlamps at low intensity was better than parking lights at full brightness.
That is what I do exactly, during Highway travel and or almost any day on the road in hopes the the idiots see my fat hipped Jenny Beeach…I just turn to P parking running lights setting.
 

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Sean sealer behind the pinch welds and hammered them the last 25% flat. Also tried to get it in the cuts as well

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This is what I like to see, people doing things correctly so it last! Now wash that frame that's exposed and easy to get at. Then spray a little bit of silicone spray over it, will look good for a little while, ha ha.
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