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Good Morning All,

At the time of this post it is currently old years day by me so Happy Old Years to all and a bright and prosperus New Year. I am new to the forum and have been getting great guidance thus far.
I however have been looking through the forms for this information but to not much avail;
Has anyone attempted or succeeded in installing DRLs on the Mazda Axela 2014 Skyactiv? This ofc is a hybrid so the battery is in the trunk. In my research I know that the postive and negative poles are in the fuse box in the engine.
The wiring diagram I have is attached. Any advice or instructions?
Thanks in advance.
 

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Good Morning All,

At the time of this post it is currently old years day by me so Happy Old Years to all and a bright and prosperus New Year. I am new to the forum and have been getting great guidance thus far.
I however have been looking through the forms for this information but to not much avail;
Has anyone attempted or succeeded in installing DRLs on the Mazda Axela 2014 Skyactiv? This ofc is a hybrid so the battery is in the trunk. In my research I know that the postive and negative poles are in the fuse box in the engine.
The wiring diagram I have is attached. Any advice or instructions?
Thanks in advance.
I have DRLs integrated with housing for fog lights (DRL from alie). Connecting is the same like in your wire diagram.
Look at attachements
 

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I have DRLs integrated with housing for fog lights (DRL from alie). Connecting is the same like in your wire diagram.
Look at attachements
Thank you very much for the reply. So just to get it right with your set up and confirm what I am seeing in your image.
RED - battery positive
BLACK - battery negative
YELLOW - positive terminal on the indicator fuse
WHITE - positive terminal on the headlight fuse

The issue mainly that I have is that being a hybrid, the battery is in the trunk therefore the only power in the engine bay comes from the fuse box. I see there is a positive indicator on the fuse box though so I assume that is where the pole is wired to. In research that is where they use to jump start the car.
 

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Thank you very much for the reply. So just to get it right with your set up and confirm what I am seeing in your image.
RED - battery positive
BLACK - battery negative
YELLOW - positive terminal on the indicator fuse
WHITE - positive terminal on the headlight fuse

The issue mainly that I have is that being a hybrid, the battery is in the trunk therefore the only power in the engine bay comes from the fuse box. I see there is a positive indicator on the fuse box though so I assume that is where the pole is wired to. In research that is where they use to jump start the car.
YELLOW - put wire in big fuse ACC (first pin on left)
WHITE - put wire in fuse for right headlight (DRL will dimming when headlights are ON)
 

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I have DRLs integrated with housing for fog lights (DRL from alie). Connecting is the same like in your wire diagram.
Look at attachements
how is it powered up? when you switch on the car? when you power on the light?? also, is it wired with existing wire or its directly connected in the fuse box? bought one from EBAY and a but afraid to put it on
 
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