Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Reisterstown, MD
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Some other feedback I've received:
What I have found works best for me is to have the [L&R] lights on separate switches. The rationale:
The right driving light can be aimed in such a way to light up the right hand ditch and right side of the road, thereby not needing to be switched on and off when traffic approaches and giving you a more consistent animal visibility defense on your closest to the forest rats side.
The left light is aimed as your main down the road and a bit to the left driving light and is the only one you need to be turning on and off when traffic approaches.
My preference for a driving light switch is to wire in a relay, and then power the switching lead of the relay with a SPDT /Center Off switch, using the center terminal.
Then you connect one terminal to the high beam circuit, and the other to the ignition circuit.
Now you can choose to either have the light come on with the ignition, the high beam, or stay off.
2002 Honda Goldwing
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