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Old 07-31-2004, 08:22 AM
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Euro Light Wiring

With the euro lights on a 107 should the low and high beam operate at the same time when you go to bights, or does the low beam shut down? I also have a light out indicator since the conversion. What I am curious about is that I did not hook up the extra high beam power supply line, the one that hooks to the low beam with the standard USA lights. Should I connect this? Seeking advice.


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Old 08-04-2004, 12:10 AM
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Question Euro Lights 107

I have the euro light system on my 1980 450 SLC 5.0. My observation is that the brights and dims are seperate and are not on at the same time. While I am here do your lights have a vacume line and a "vacume motor" that adjusts the beams in some way. Mine is disconnected and I can not find any kind of a control. My beams are set to high and I am going to have to remove the light assembly and hand adjust the ratcheted reflector to fix this. Thanks Lee
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Old 08-12-2004, 10:59 PM
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Euro Lights

Thank you for the info.. I have new Bosch units but they do not have the vacuum lines. Sorry I can not help.

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