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High beam indicator light-feedback

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  • #1080

    Drew@ChevsOfThe40s
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    Hello Huckleberry, glad you found your miss-wire easily. Please let us know if you have anymore questions.

    Thanks

    #1079

    huckleberry
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    discovered I had miss-wired one of the headlights. Turned out to be a simple correction. Guess I should have noticed my blunder earlier. Thanks Drew for your input.

    #1028

    Drew@ChevsOfThe40s
    Participant

    Hello Huckleberry, there are several variables that can be affecting or creating the feed back. If you are using an aftermarket wiring harness, you should double check the wiring diagram and the wiring instructions for the gauges as well as the wiring of the turn signal switch. Some wiring harnesses use a headlight relay as others do not use them. Always refer back to the Manufactures Instructions.

    #1027

    huckleberry
    Participant

    I’m installing a modern gauge cluster and seem to have a feedback from my low beams which keeps the high beam indicator lit. Any easy cures out there? Thought I’d try a relay to light the indicator next.

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