[Healeys] heavy duty headlight wiring harness
Eric (Rick) Wilkins
e-wilkins at cox.net
Fri Jun 11 16:06:03 MDT 2010
Using a high current headlight kit with a relay, you want to tap into
the brown for the headlight power. The relay works off the switch.
Google installation instructions for off-road. light kits.
On Jun 11, 2010, at 2:10 PM, Rich C wrote:
> Hi Carl,
> You've lost me there with the brown wire bit. Brown in the Healey
> wiring harness is direct full time battery power.
> If you're installing new headlamp wiring pigtails they should be 3
> wires per pigtail braided together.
> Colours should be:
> - blue with red tracer (headlamp low beam power feed),
> - blue with white tracer (headlamp high beam power feed) and
> - black (earth or ground)
> Rich Chrysler
> From: "Dr. C. Rubino" <ruvino at ripnet.com>
> Sent: Friday, June 11, 2010 2:26 PM
> To: "healeylist" <healeys at autox.team.net>
> Subject: [Healeys] heavy duty headlight wiring harness
>> Bought this from VB. Directions seem to have been translated from
>> Calls for plugging into headlight closest to battery. In a BN-4
>> would that be
>> right or left headlight or does it make a difference since the
>> brown wire is
>> routed to both sides.?
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