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itzme 
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I am trying to install a 545T headlight module in my 2006 Charger. I know I have to run the Parking light output wire to the parking light wire through the 2.7K ohm resistor. As for the headlight activation, is it the same wire or different and do I need a resistor? Thanks alot for your help and advice.

-Garrett

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Posted: March 31, 2007 at 10:17 PM / IP Logged  

WHITE/ brown (-) @ switch or cluster.

Headlights are negative trigger thru an 1,200 ohm resistor. There is a rest resistance on the wire, so must use a relay to isolate from the switch.

itzme 
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Wire the relay like this:

30-   WHITE/ Brown (Headlight side)

87a- WHITE/ Brown (Switch Side)
87-   Ground through 1200 ohm resistor
85-   Fused 12v
86-   Negative output from 545T

Would that be correct? Thanks again for your time.

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The resistor should come out of 30 to headlight side...87 ground, everything else is correct.
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itzme wrote:

Wire the relay like this:

30-   WHITE/ Brown (Headlight side)

87a- WHITE/ Brown (Switch Side)
87-   Ground through 1200 ohm resistor
85-   Fused 12v
86-   Negative output from 545T

Would that be correct? Thanks again for your time.

That is correct.
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Posted: April 01, 2007 at 10:51 PM / IP Logged  
parking lights, positive pulse, NO RELAY REQUIRED: WHITE/ purple in passenger kick. ALSO can get 12V there. MUCH easier in my opinion.
Shaun, we are the same height, that is neat!
12V Installation Technician for Honda, Dodge, Chrysler, Toyota and Jeep.

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