ok makes sense because the low beams stay on when the high beams are activated. leaving the fog lights on with the high beamsYou can do what I did if you want your fogs to be on whenever your lows are on. Just run a small wire from the low beam fuse to the fog relay, this way the fogs turn on whenever the lows are on.
I bet you could tap the DRL wire into the lows, so that they would come on when the lows are on, but that would mean the DRL's are on with the lows...Is there a way you can keep your DRL's so that your lights turn on automatically or are you just able to turn them on manually.
looking at your pic did you just put a wire in on under the actual fuse or did you splice into the original wires? i agree much quicker and eaiser just don't want to have to cut into the original wiring if possibleI agree with CruisinG6, for keeping the fogs the jumper is definetly the way to go. And for removing drl's pulling the fuse. both are way easier and cheaper than bcm programming. not to mention if you ever sell it, reverting it back to stock is as simple as removing the jumper and pulling the fuse, as opposed to have the bcm reprogrammed again.