Date: Sat, 25 Oct 1997 02:23:31 GMT
From: (Barney the dinosaur)
Subject: Re: High Beams

On 19 Oct 1997 05:24:30 GMT, (Andy Hegedus) wrote: >Actually after some experimenting, I found out what was going on. >The car has daylight running lights, so at night you don't turn on the >lights via the rotary dial. If you DO turn the dial to turn on the >headlights, THEN the highbeam switch works as advertised. If it is in the >"off" position it does not. > >Since the daylight running lights are as bright as "normal" headlights >settings I never turned them on. Mystery solved. Though I think the >highbeams should stay on with just running daylght lights. Who's wants to >turn on the headlights via the rotary dial just to get the highbeams to >stay on. AFAIK, if you're not physically turning on the headlights and only relying on the DRLs, your taillights/marker lamps aren't on. Dangerous, IMO. Someone might not see you from behind. -------------------------------------------------- Wayne Edelen - 1996 Formula M6 - Purple / Graphite Airfoil, Borla, Cold Air, Eibachs, GM/Motive 4.10s HPP+/160', Hurst, MAC 3pt STB, PFCM, SFC, yadda... Best 1/4: 13.365nopsam71 (1.923 60')

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