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Re: Flash to pass
"Graydon D. Stuckey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> On Sun, 8 Dec 1996, Al Powell wrote:
> > 1) After installing the Euro-lights, my Pass-to-flash lights are
> > BACK!! I figured out why. when I changed from 9004 to 9007 lamps
> > before doing the euro-lites, I had to change the yellow and brown
> > wires to the headlight sockets. When I did that, I LOST the flash-to-
> > pass. When In installed the relays and harness today, I restored the
> > headlight wiring (since I installed bullet connectors when changing
> > it - I always like to be able to change it back!
> > So if you've installed 9007's, I know why you lost your flash-to-pass
> > feature. Wiring.
> I did the 9007 install a while back, so I have forgotten all the
> particulars of the installation, but my flash-to-pass works just fine.
Hmmmm....so it may not be a universal problem. I'm glad. I was
about ready to replace the durn headlight switch!! HAH! That's
another $140 Blaufergnugen won't get....yet.
Al Powell, Ph.D. Voice: 409/845-2807
107 Reed McDonald Bldg. Fax: 409/862-1202
College Station, TX 77843
"Some people can tell what time it is by looking at the
sun...but I have never been able to see the numbers."
[From 5th/6th grade essays....]