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dualsport 
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garage door opener activated by hi beams - Page 3 - Last Post -- posted image.
This requires a brief high beam flash to trigger the circuit .
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garage door opener activated by hi beams - Page 3 - Last Post -- posted image.
This one is simpler, but needs a big cap, and needs a double pulse to switch (on/off/on/) instead of (on/off) .
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dualsport the links don't work!
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I used the thumbnail link that imageshack provided but I guess it doesn't work here.
I added a direct link at the period as a backup though, so just click on that to get the display. That seems to work-
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Okay, I think I have to substitute the direct link in for what they put in by default- seems to work with one extra manual step. .
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I think I will just go witht he constant to momentary relay. I do have a question though. Is the cap and resistor wired in parrallel or series? If I am reading the schematic correctly than it is in parrallel.
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is there a question in there or just a quote of the previous post?
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harley has a unit that does this function , as well there are several other aftermarket companies that have a similar peice . all that is required is a few wires to hook up
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