The Canadian QX60/JX35 just uses the fog lamps for DRLs though, right? It's better then nothing I guess, but I'd still want LED DRLs as they just look cooler, lol.
Concerning the Philips kit I used, I ended up going to a place to install them in the end. It cost me $75 bucks and was worth it. Here's why:
I have the hybrid QX60 and because the engine goes on and off, the hookup was one step different but different enough to mess me up. It needed to be hooked up to a source in the fuse box that got power when the car was in acc/on and no power when turned off. I looked around the engine compartment and even with help from someone I just couldn't find it so gave up and forked over the small amount for someone else to do the whole job, lol. There went my Saturday project.
In a regular V6 model hookup is pretty straight forward if you ask me. You just have to hook it up wo the battery or a place in the engine compartment that has 12vdc. I think there are points under a black cover on the drivers side below where the wipers are in the engine compartment for this. It has, I think, a + on the black cover if I remember. The only other connection besides mounting the units is using the included 'tap' to tap into the wire going into the parking lamp. That will dim then when the lights are on and make them full bright when the lights are off. If you always want them full bright just don't connect that wire, but honestly, it's not cool to run DRLs full brightness at night as a courtesy to others IMO.
I don't have a link off hand but when I was researching them if you google their model number you can find links that have the instructions with the wiring diagrams on some sites, Philips included. If you want to look at them before buying, that's an option to research.
2014 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid AWD - Obsidian Black with Graphite Leather - Fully loaded including the Theater Package
Last edited by Paradox; 04-19-2014 at 04:57 PM.