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Re: Light Kit *&$%#@...

> Well, if no one can come up with the fix that Eliot had someone do, I'm afraid
> that I'm gonna have to bag this approach, as I can't stand the thought of
> living with my computer display perpetually telling me I've got a bulb out.

Why doesn't someone use a wirewound variable resistor to figure our what
resistance/how much current the computer requires to think the bulb is good?  If
it's not as high as the bulb would actually draw (maybe the trigger current is 1/4
or 1/3 of operating) a resistor could be inserted to fool the computer.  Or some
silly 35w driving lights could be set up running off the stock headlight wiring?  I
don't have this problem, it just kinda piqued my interest.

Huw Powell

79,80,81,*82*,83,84,85,86,87,88,97 Coupe "GT" (parts is parts!)

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