Re: [DML] Headlight Switch
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Re: [DML] Headlight Switch

Not to sound argumentative, but I hope that John has clarified his 
instructions for ALL cars.  At the time I bought my saver unit from 
John, I installed it and it did not work and actually stopped my 
headlights from operating as they should.   I ended up having to remove 
it and tossed it out as I was given no direction on how to make it 
function as advertised.

Please understand this is not a slam but rather a fact. I hope John is 
now able to guide EVERY car owner through installation of his product. 

Tom Watkins 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Chris Shepherd <chrisau79@...> wrote:
> The relay may be cheaper but the installation is a pain. I was on the 
phone with John a couple of times because the instructions vary 
depending on the build of the car. Mine was, of course, the other build. 
The LEDs will reduce the current through the switch thereby reducing the 
potential for heat. Barring a short in the wiring somewhere else they 
should reduce the potential for switch problems.
>   Chris
>   06301

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