Headlight Operation

When the light control SW is switched to Head position and the dimmer SW is set to Low position, causing the daytime running light relay and the HEAD relay to turn on, so the current flows from the HEAD MAIN fuse to HEAD relay (Coil side) to TERMINAL 6 of the daytime running light relay to TERMINAL 7 to TERMINAL 12 of the light control SW to TERMINAL 11 to GROUND. The current to HEAD relay (Point side) then flows to HEAD LH LWR, HEAD RH LWR fuses to TERMINAL 2 of the headlights (Low) to TERMINAL 1 to TERMINAL 1 of the daytime running light relay to TERMINAL 2 to GROUND, causing the headlights to light up at normal intensity.

When the light control SW is switched to Head position and the dimmer SW is set to High position, the signal from the dimmer SW is input to the daytime running light relay. This activates the daytime running light relay and the HEAD relay is turned on, so the current flows from the HEAD MAIN fuse to HEAD relay (Point side) to TERMINAL 1 of the DIMMER relay to TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL 13 of the daytime running light relay, activating the DIMMER relay. This causes current to flow from TERMINAL 3 of the DIMMER relay to TERMINAL 5 to HEAD LH UPR, HEAD RH-UPR fuses to TERMINAL 2 of the headlights (High) to TERMINAL 1 to GROUND, causing the headlights to light up at high beam and the high beam indicator light to light up.

When the dimmer SW is switched to Flash position, the signal from the dimmer SW is input to the daytime running light relay. This activates the daytime running light relay and the HEAD relay is turned on, so the current flows from the HEAD MAIN fuse to HEAD relay (Point side) to TERMINAL 1 of the DIMMER relay to TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL 13 of the daytime running light relay, activating the DIMMER relay, and also flows from the HEAD LH UPR, HEAD RH UPR fuses to TERMINAL 2 of the headlights to TERMINAL 1 to GROUND, causing the headlights to light up at high beam and the high beam indicator light to light up.

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