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Old 03-23-2004, 07:33 PM   #1
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Ok I have one of those SUVLights aftermarket harness's. I know, I know... but I melted my original about a year and a half back and now I am left to deal with it. Anyway, the ceramic resistor
on it has melted



Does anyone have any ide what the value of this resistor
might be??
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Old 03-23-2004, 08:28 PM   #2
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Not from that pic
Have you tried contacting them directly and asking? Maybe if you tell them it burned up (send them the pic) they'll send you a replacement.
You could probably just rewire the whole thing yourself and eliminate the resistor and those diodes altogether, what is their function anyway?
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Old 03-23-2004, 10:11 PM   #3
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Believe me, seeing it in person doesnt help either... the whole top of it is gone . I am not sure what purpose it has either. Seeing as driving home with no low beams tonight wasnt actually possible, I took it by this stereo installation place. The guy took a look at it and he agreed that there wasnt any real purpose for it. he said that the transistor was too small anyway and would prolly just blow again with a new one. He also said replacing the transistor with another relay would prolly be a better idea. I am not sure, but he was able to make a little fusable link for me in the mean time... he just put an inline fuse on a wire and jumped the grey and white wire together. It seemed to get my headlights back at least for now. I tried to contact the suvlights people but it appears they are on vacation for the next few days ... (DOH!) I will try again then. Well at least I can drive at night... hopefully this will hold until then!
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