[s-cars] Headlight motors, type 44 ... wiring?
dconner at gmail.com
Sun Sep 7 06:00:29 PDT 2008
I think you are right. I'm missing a relay and have no idea what part
number or anything else about it :-(
The black wire is much thinner than the other two, so it would be likely
providing a signal. The switches do have numbered settings. It makes sense
that the motors would have pre-set travel distances, only function when the
headlights were on, and other functions controlled by a relay.
The motors might work if I just hooked up the ground and yellow power
wires, but then I'd have to be careful, keep curious fingers away from the
switch, etc ... I think I'll give that a try before installing everything.
Does anybody out there know what the relay part number would be? Maybe I
can figure it out from the
FA. Is anybody in Europe listening? Phil Payne, where are you when I need
On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 8:04 AM, Jim Pasqualoni <jim.pasqualoni at gmail.com>wrote:
> Brown is ground, and the others are for raising or lowering. Not sure
> which wire does which, so you may have to dicker with them. Now, is there a
> relay involved in this? Would seem to me that there should be, since the
> switch is of a rotary nature, and the motors are actuated for a pre-set
> travel distance when the dial is turned to position 1, 2 or 3...
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