Started by Art Gardner CLC 23021, May 07, 2018, 07:42:37 AM
Quote from: Art Gardner CLC 23021 on May 07, 2018, 07:42:37 AMHere is a question that Jose Gomez can probably answer in his sleep, but it stumps me. My 55 FW has not had functioning high beams since I bought it last year. I tried replacing the power relay, but that didn't help. I tried removing and rebuilding the foot switch (dimmer switch), but that didn't help either. However, when I removed (and taped off) the tan wire that was attached to the dimmer switch, instantly the dimmer switch started to give me high beams reliably. No I can switch between low and high beams at will.What is causing this?
Quote from: Art Gardner CLC 23021 on May 07, 2018, 10:09:18 AMSo, the way it WAS wired is correct, but the AE amplifier has a problem? And my solution of removing the tan wire from the foot switch is appropriate until I can figure out the problem with the AE amplifier, correct?
Quote from: 55 ledsled on March 24, 2019, 05:01:33 PMHey guys. Hoping that you could help me. I had the front of my 55 apart, and now its back together. I have no headlights/fog lights but my tail lights work. I have a yellow wire coming off of the wire harness (drivers side) with about a 1/4" bolt eye connector on the end of it and the wire is about 8" long and I can't figure out where it goes. I threw a meter on it and it shows 12v power when I pull the headlight switch out. Everything is factory, and the guts of the eye controller seem to warm up. Any ideas of where that goes would help me get my lights working again. Thanks
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