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Old 14 Nov 2005, 02:47 pm
MrMusic@nospam.org
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Default 1990 Integra LS, 3 door question / lites on starting

My headlights don't come on anymore when I start my Acura LS. This
packed it in many years ago & I would like to get this feature going
again. Aka replace the switch?

Where is the control for this? Somebody mentioned there is a "third"
party" switch that causes the HIGH beams to come on instead of the low
thus I don't have to replace my lites ever couple months. I think
newer models come on with high beams when the auto starts.

Thanks

DeWayne
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