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Old August 27th, 2008, 11:02 PM
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Len Bruffett
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relay for head lamp switch

I have just replaced my second head lamp switch in my 11 year old truck.... I have just tried build to a harness and install a standard 12 v 30 amp automotive relay ... but I am stuck and need some help to make it work... has any one put together a workable design? I am assuming the brown lead is "power in" and the red lead turns on running lamps and the blue lead tuns on head lamps. My relay has 4 tangs - #30 is power in. #85 is ground - #86 is a Trigger and # 87 is the lead to the lamps (low beam). can anyone draw me a picture of how I should build the harness between the plug for my switch and the harness under the instrument cluster.

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