Oh, go lay down or I will send the flock back in your direction!roadrunner wrote:Seeing pics like that just makes me so happy I never messed with mine!
Yeah, it just takes us a little time (6 years) to do it.fallvitals wrote:You Kentucky boys can sure bugger up a sure thing!
That's what I am asking. I am confusing you and myself by throwing into the quad headlight thread. I tried to split the topic but, couldn't quite bring myself to do it for fear of screwing it up.rlrnr53 wrote:Reed, check the ground on the headlights............
I probably deserve some sort of major scolding but, all that I know is that my set up ran well for several years. I didn't have DRLs because I don't care for them and I do know that you find them good for some very good reasons.HenryJ wrote:It looks to me like you are now running tri-beam reduced intensity. The highbeams run rotating grounds for reduced intensity day time running lamp operation............
Easily and I had thought of that but, I might have to disable the mod again to make sure it is the problem. I get off an hr earlier now so, I will pull the relay connections, tape them off and see what happens. I should have already tried it but, things weren't adding up to me. It is a source to completely eliminate, though.HenryJ wrote:Can you enable your DRL again? It sounds like it could be part of the equation?
Every fuse has been checked more than once and probably more like 3-4 times.HenryJ wrote:Have you checked both the left and right headlamp fuses?...............
H*ll no, I didn't notice them but, since almost every relay has the same part number except, the DRL one, I should be able to do some swapping now. Thanks for the idea.HenryJ wrote:.........Have you checked the high and low beam relays?
Thanks Brule but, this is all that I am seeing. There was nothing in the cropped sections appeared remotely related to headlightsHenryJ wrote:................Try pulling the left headlamp fuse and see what you have, then do the same with the right headlamp fuse pulled.
Also document the changes with the highbeam relay pulled, and then the lowbeam relay pulled.
I'll look over the results and the schematics to see if we can narrow down where the problem lies.
Another lesson learned that probably will not be retained by me, anyway!F9K9 wrote:..........LT HDLP fuse removed.
Operates same as Stock low beam lights in current state.
RT HDLP fuse removed
No lights but, dash Hi beam indicator on...........
Yeah, ain't that the truth!roadrunner wrote:Looks like the waterfowl are still doing things for ya Reed!!!!!!!!
OMG, I wrongly assumed that I explained that it was fixed and forgot your relentless requirement for the justly required end results. Maybe, some of our newer members are not aware of your requirements and some others may think it is harsh but, I appreciate it. I have spent to many hours searching threads only to find that nothing was posted to assist others with a similar problem.HenryJ wrote:What happened when you replaced it? Problem solved?
If not then we have to go back up seventeen posts and start again. Now with good fuses.
Trust me, that wire and your thoughts about it are in my head every time I deal with this mod. I ran across the purple wire thread from a link that either you or Jeremy provided. It may have been a link within a link (OMG) but, it works with the DRL delete. I will bookmark it the next time I stumble upon it but, it works well for me.HenryJ wrote:..........If you get back into the relay some time you REALLY need to delete that purple wire........
Hey, this is my turf and everyone knows that bad luck is my territory. Go figure out a way you can get an Avalanche to have an extra tank and meet the Thunder II's extended range.HenryJ wrote:I had that worry with the expense of the Toshiba HIR bulbs. I wish I had kept them, but with my luck they would have burned out the day after I transferred them.
F9K9 wrote:Go figure out a way you can get an Avalanche to have an extra tank and meet the Thunder II's extended range.
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