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Higher voltage is fine . Obviously you need to connect the diode the right way round . If not sure try it by twist connecting the wires one way and then the other until the circuit works . Once the circuit is working make a permanent solder connection
isn't legal as far as i'm aware. I think you need to be able to turn all the additional lighting off with one switch, so you need to wire them in to the main beams.
I most definitely didn't know that, thanks gojira....
Okay i'll look into that and perhaps I'll make it so the switch can only put the driving lights on if the main switch is in at least the side-light position....then all lights can be turned off with the main light switch.
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