Originally Posted by skingfreak
What are you studying? accounting major here (just finished freshman year)
I will have to figure out if there is a momentary power interuption when the high's engauge.
I don't know that the flashing when off thing is a huge deal as i don't do it now, plus the bulb wouldnt have time to warm up and be that bright anyway right?
We just need to make sure the low doesnt momentairly shut off when the high is engauged, and if it does im sure there is a circuit we can create to fix it
i have mine wired to flash if need be. i usually drive with my headlights on all the time, but i have needed to flash my highs once or twice when the lows werent already on. even though its not great for the bulbs or ballasts, it can be helpful to have it wired just in case.
ps, just finished sophmore year, im studying public relations