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yeah i remember running into this when i first installed the lamps. when i pulled the dash i disconnected the signal to the relay. now i can't find where i got that signal from. i compounded this problem by re-arranging the other wires on the relay. oops. i used to have them functional when the high beam circuit was on or when "flashing" to pass(or to blind that on-comer w/the high beams on). i think there is some ground switching going on- there are no headlight relays that i can find-, but i had figured it out before........ one of these days i'll get the rest of the fsm. the aftermarket manuals are just rough guides. i have let this little problem stall reassembly for two days. i am switching them on/off manually until i have some revelation. re: stowage- i was very interested in the passenger side dash support structure. i may be able to modify this area and make it more useful. i will do a little "ponderin'".
tagon: suzi the psychic is awaiting a complete gear unpack/sort/add/repack in preparation for her first real run of the season. i'm thinking april 28 - may 2. mabe. it could happen. mabe too early for e f carson, but that hasn't stopped me from trying....
addon 4/19: something happened to my heater fan control.... all i have now is what seems to be high speed(and it seems super charged), no lower speeds. wonder what i did wrong? re-fit going well.
-------------------- '89 kick w/some modifications.
suzi the psychic gets me fishing.
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