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Unread 08-04-2008, 09:54 AM   #1
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Electrical Problem?

I was driving home from work on Saturday night and a car bright lighted me (happens all the time). I looked at the dash and saw my high beams were not on. Got home and stopped on the street to move my truck to get the Jeep in the garage. When I got back in the Jeep and turned the lights back on, I noticed the high beam indicator on. As I pulled into the garage, I noticed the driver's side light was dim. Hit the high beams to turn them off and the passenger side went bright, no chnge in the driver's. Hit it again and the passenger side went back to normal, no change on the driver's, but the indicator for high beam was still on. I figured the bulb was going bad and would work on it in the morning. Sunday morning, turned the lights on and all is working fine. Any ideas what may have happened?

What I've done to the electrical system:
ORO Lite Dots
CB (wired to cagar lighter)
Powered sub (wired to battery)
JVC head unit and iPhone adapter (wired to stock plug)
H4 conversion with Silverstars

None of this was done recently. I did relocate the sub Saturday, but that didn't involve any wire changes.

2003 Rubicon (under construction)
SOLD - 2006 LJ, heavily molded

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