He Mike ... good morning
I'm getting a little confused now (ha) .. you stated 3/4 post's back that there was NO red/black wire going to the switch ? you are now saying you have a burn't red/black wire/pin on switch ?? am I correct in saying we NOW have 12 volts to #1 and #3 and you have a burn't plastic surround on the red/black wire/pin on the SWITCH pin #12 is for ground from HL switch high/flash to pass direct to HL bulbs and could well be the problem !!
When you grounded #4 relay pin direct to chassis .. the switch did not work but the lights came on ... am I correct ??
Also #4 should never be HOT (12 volts) it is the ground from the switch it energizes the relay
#1 = HOT all times (12 volts)
#3 = HOT all times (12 volts)
#4 = 0 volts @ all time's
#2 = 0 volts with light's switched OFF @ switch
#2 = HOT when relay is energized (12 volts) when light are SWITCHED ON at switch
The HOT from #3 and the GROUND from #4 energize the relay when the light switch grounds out #4 sending the power to #2 on the relay
The #12 on the switch GROUNDS the HIGH/FLASH TO PASS bulbs .. hope this helps and iv'e not confused you .. as I said I'm getting a little confused and have to keep going back over the prior post's ..(ha ha) .. let me know
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Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 AT 10:40 AM