ARB headlight wiring loom

Chris

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Guys, looking at this product in terms of upgrading the candles on the front of my 80. I have looked at several threads on the web, but not found any real definitive 'Wow, this is the best £60 I have ever spent' sort of thing. Has anyone gone for this product?

It plugs into the headlight plug to pick up the signal from your dash / steering column which it uses to fire new relays switching power directly from your battery. I don't know if it caters for having separate full and dipped lamps yet, so a little research to do unless anyone can tell me.

Appreciate any experiences on this one as always. I am not going for HID replacements or anything like that. Just a few more watts out front would be tidy on local lanes at night. My X Lites will be going back on top very soon.
 

Chris

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Ahh, it turns out that to do an 80 you need the ARB M002 loom AND the ARB M004 as well.

OK, given what's in there, I shall make my own. It's child's play really. Not spending good money on a few connectors, some wire and relays.

Chris
 

AndyCook

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i got a similar system from the 4crawler USA place - http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/CheapTricks ... neOrdering

a few years ago for my previous vehicle - the 4runner

this was because the contacts on the copper on the indicator stalk were working too well. i did dismantle and clean them up, but then lost the lights - intermittently a few months later. this was because the main current for lights goes through the stalk.. this relay system from 4crawler solved the problem!
and the lights were brighter too!
 
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