I know about the jumper, but it doesn't keep the lows on, only the highs and fogs if I'm not mistaken. BB keeps all three on. (BTW, I like the price of the jumper better than BB).johninaustin said:I didn't but I did do the headlight jumper deal, works great
What exactly are you trying to acomplish?
Not according to their testing. And there is actually some excellent anecdotal evidence here on DT that it doesn't. I forget who the players were, but someone actually fastened the stalk in a 'pulled back but not clicked' position (to activate highs, lows, fogs) and took regular temp readings over the course of several hours, with no adverse signs or problems.johninaustin said:I would think that having both filaments lit would burn the bulbs up in a hurry
I CAN DO IT!!!!!!!!!johninaustin said:surely there's a way to accomplish (<--Hey look, I finally spelled it right! LOL) the same thing using a jumper....hell, it was done with the fog lights, high/low beams are only a relay.....surely it can be rigged
NOT SURE HOW THE GRADING SYSTEM WORKS ON BECOMING AN ELECTRICAL GENIUSES IN YOUR BOOK BUT I CAN DO IT.05_hemi said:I don't think so. Awhile back I stubled across a long thread (I forget the fellas involved) who seemed to be a couple of electrical geniuses, and pulled every and I do mean every trick in the book to make it work - fog lights and brights, yes, all three, no. I think that was where I also learned about BB - I always noticed that when I pulled the stalk back without clicking I got the best possible light (in the Ram and all my previous vehicles) and always wondered how it could be set up like that, so I bought BB.