MOTORCYCLE HEADLIGHT WIRING DIAGRAM WITH RELAY
Install a Headlamp Relay - MC How-To - Motorcycle Classics
Aug 27, 2013There are different relay kits on the market to accomplish this. One of the simplest we've seen is the Matchbox Dual Headlamp Relay from Cu Layer ($45; culayer), which has dual relay function providing high/low beam circuit control from a single unit. It's also small (about the size of a box of matches, hence the name), so it fits easily
Dan's Motorcycle "Wiring Diagrams"
Wiring does not wear out like a valve or piston ring. Unless there is physical damage, like from a crash or a short overheating the wire and melting the wire covering, the wire will work forever. The problems comes when the wire corrodes at the ends where the wires plug into something.[PDF]
Headlight Relays - to do or not to do?
Headlight Relays – to do or not to do? By Allan Brown Every so often, the question arises – should I add relays to my headlight wiring. The answer is yes! But, why? To answer that, first we need to know what the problem is. Power is conveyed from the power source (battery/alternator) to the lamps via the wires, connectors and switches.
Matchbox Headlight Relay | CuLayer
Description Description: The Matchbox Relay was developed for the limited space of a motorcycle, but can be used on cars and trucks too. •The Matchbox is a high-quality DUAL headlight relay unit (it contains two independent 15-amp relays) for controlling high and low beams, auxiliary lights or fog lights.
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