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RE: Eurolights and Autochelk

... my recommendation is that you take a step back and look at what you're
trying to do.  The autocheck function is designed to let you know when one
of your headlamp bulbs goes out.  You have modified the circuit so that the
lines that the circuit is sensing are now simply relay coils.  Now the only
thing the circuit could possibly do is to tell you if one of the relay coils
has failed.  My recommendation is that you locate the wire from the
headlight monitor to the autocheck module and cut it.  Why spend a lot of
time trying to fake it into working?

My plan for the 5kCSQA is to wire a lamp check module into my headlight
relay box and connect its output to the appropriate point in the loom ...

Steve Buchholz
San Jose, CA (USA)

> -----Original Message-----
> I'm in the process of installing euro lights on 1990 100.  
> Gone by the book
> I believe, fuses near the 12v source,  4 relays with signal from each
> headlight connector.  If the autochek is looking for matched 
> current I got
> it,  160ma on each.  Autochek shows bulb out,   any 
> suggestions on where to
> look now.  Thank You.
> Nick