easy answer would be to simply keep the wattage of the lights right. Long answer... rethink the circuit. Use the stock switch and wiring to activate a relay that you add, then use that relay to grab power for your new lights. This way the only load being put on the stock switch and wiring is the load it takes to open the relay. If you do this you may want to include a diode to protect the whole canbus nonsense, Im still learning what extra measures are needed for this canbus system. Let me know if this makes sense, or you have any questions. Also if you want the fogs on with the high beams Im sure theres a way. I did this on my 99 RAM with a jumper in the fuse box (jumped the highbeam circuit to the fog circuit so power wouldnt be interupted) I certainly do not recommend this without some more knowledgable advice regarding the canbus system though.
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