BRIDGE PINS FOR FUSE BOX
Is it safe to bridge two internal pins of a relay?
I have a 2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder, which originally came with dual filament headlights. Turning on high beams shut off low beams. I now have 2003 headlights with separate bulbs and want the low beams to stay on with the high beams. I know there are a few ways to go about it, but many read morereddit/r/AskElectronics · Dec 30, 2014You need to look at the current rating for the relay and calculate what both bulbs will draw. Bulbs are usually sold with a high and low beam wattage. Divide by 12 to get rough 2 votesWhat state are you in? It is illegal in many places to modify the function of your driving beams like this. I'm on my phone and can't easily get the information- read Daniel Stern's 1 voteQuick update. I did what I wanted to do, and the low beams stay on when I flash the high beams. However, when I turn on high beams when low beams are off, both turn on. I 1 voteYour idea is sound, only if the wiring & fuses can handle the nearly double load.0 votesSee allSee all comments
Is it safe to bridge two internal pins of a relay
electrical Is it safe to bridge two internal pins of a relay? Someone else put a tap between the headlight power feed wire and the low beam power wire at the fuse box, so when the relay is switched to high beams, the low beams still receive power. The problem is, taps suck and soldering in that tiny area is unrealistic. The right pin of
Guitar Bridge Pins effect on tone - Maury's Music
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