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  • About Trkdrvr
    Redding ca.
    Truck driver
    Year & Model
    2000 coupe
    Z06 shocks c6z51 sways metal end links
    Country of Residence


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  • Last Activity: 02-28-2019 11:53 AM
  • Member Since: 08-15-2007


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  1. MasterDave
    01-29-2014 07:47 PM
    When you log in check the 'remember me' box.
  2. bub
    12-30-2010 12:52 PM

    Yes, please, that would be excellent.

    Let me know shipping charges and how you want payment (PayPal, etc.?)
  3. Frankie the Fink
    06-26-2009 08:43 AM
    Send me an email: [email protected] and I will email you diagrams and explanations. I worked at USPTO from '95-'98 in the CIO shop and still consult to them from '05 until present.
  4. Frankie the Fink
    06-23-2009 03:38 PM
    Even if you don't use the halogen lights (which draw more current than the originals) these old cars just build up resistance in the wiring and connectors over the years and so two things happen: 1) you have less voltage at the headlights (meaning they are dimmer), and, 2) you build up so much heat that the thermal circuit breaker inside the headlight switch starts 'strobing' the lights...usually on high beam. One (the best) fix is to just install two 12V relays so the headlight switch only has to activate the relays (VERY low current) and the relays carry the current load. This is what I and many others have done...lights are brighter, no strobing, safer and don't need to change the wiring or switch. Here is an article about the conversion and this company also sells kits to do it (although you could get the parts yourself from Radio Shack which is what I did....

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