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Old 05-15-2004, 02:47 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by fuddyduddy121
Also remember that the 87-91 Bonnys have 11 interior lights and the 92-99 have 10, so the circuit will have to be designed to run 10 bulbs instead of 1 without dimming too fast.
The circuit actually runs like a remote relay. Its a low current part of the circuit that causes the timing and such. The high current side will not affect timing so load will not matter except for the size of the heat sink needed...
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