Headlight Switch Plug HOT/Melting
I've had to replace the headlight switch a few times, on my NAS 110, due to the internals of the switch getting hot and melting some of the plastic components. As a remedy, I installed the ARB relay kit hoping that would save my switch from future failure. Since installing the relay kit, the lights are extremely bright and may need to be adjusted, as I constantly have oncoming traffic flashing me, until I hit my high beams....which are quite impressive.
Anyway, I have since noticed that the headlight switch plug, and wires, are getting extremely hot and causing the rubber plug to melt a bit, to the point of having to twist or hold the plug in an exact position to keep the headlights on while driving at night...
I thought the relays were supposed to eliminate the heat transfer up the wires to save my plug, but I guess that is not the case. Any recommendations?