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When in doubt mount a 737 nose landing gear light on the front, get two 12 volt batteries wired in series to power it. And, while you are at it, get one for the rear bumper so that when Sparky behind you won't turn off his brights, you can pulse him with the nose gear light. That should get him to back off and turn off the high beams. Fight fire with fire so to speak.
I wonder if giving the ecodes more voltage would help -- I bought a Kennebell Shelby GT500 duel fuel pump 12 volt to 17.5 volt converter for the racecar twin Bosch pumps, now I have to abandon that idea. So, you could have regular 12 volt headlights, then flip the Kennebell switch to drill 17.5 volts into the lamps. That should make them squeal.
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