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Re: your mail
On Fri, 17 Mar 1995, Bob D'Amato wrote:
> OK, now Im stumped... and I should know the difference here... what is
> the differences between h1 and h4? is there an h2 or h3?? How do I know
> what I need? Where does each one go? Who invented liquid soap and why?
H3= the little halogen bulbs that one uses in fog/driving lights. They
are small and have a wire "pig-tail" connected to them permanently. They
are single filament, ie. no high or low beam, just "beam".
H4= They are a bit larger, and have a 3-prong connnector on them. These
are used as OE on many cars in Europe, and, as some know, as OE on a
large quantity of street motorcycles in the U.S. ( I knew that job at a
Honda motorcycle parts dept. would come in handy) They provide a "high"
and a "low" beam function, as they are dual filament.
H1= Can't remember
H2= can't remember either.
- Re: your mail
- From: "Bob D'Amato" <Bob.Damato@starfleet.itc.snetlink.com>