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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Just ordered my IPF loom from ARB. $135
Will be a couple of days to get it in to the shop.

I actually got to see a loom at the shop which was ordered for someone else.
It has the 3 relays and the connector for the negative switching (which we don't connect) and it is labelled M002.
IPF must be making this standard for all now instead of the 2 relay version of Brett's.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Good stuff Kev. Hopefully you'll get the desired results like Brett, but it is good to have the headlights operate on a separate relay anyway.

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Jalal,

How hard were your relays to plug in ?
Mine feel as though the spades are too big for the socket.

And trying to remove them when half-inserted ... not without a screwdriver to lever it out emoticon

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Yeah, same here Kev, the last one to insert was the hardest.

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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: Orange. NSW.
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Sorry guys, didn't have this problem with mine.

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quote:

BRETT72 wrote:

Sorry guys, didn't have this problem with mine.



That is because you have one less relay in your set-up than us emoticon



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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Hi Kev/Jalal
I fitted the 4 relays as per wiring diagram on the cd that i sent up to you for the headlights. My cost for making this kit was $40.17 bearing in mind that I already had 6mm,5mm,4mm wire in my garage, also the 2 fuse block, P/N 8702.
Parts were ie:Narva 68084 x 4,49894 x 2,0332019457 bosch relays x 4.
After the setup, I tested the voltage drop at the rh lamp without motor going. Low beam 12.77 and battery 13.1. Previous test before installation was a drop of 1.27volts.
In installing the 4 relays may have been an overkill,but a very good result anyway emoticon emoticon
I am currently trying to down/upload images for inclusion

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Well done Bob.
Did you notice any change in brightness of the low or high beam ?

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Kev,

There was very marked increase in light output in both high and low beams, well worth the effort in doing this mod and at the price far better than other looms currently being installed by other members. I would appreciate it if you could download the wiring diagram so that other members might like to try
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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Hi Jalal,
Thanks for adding photos, my computer tells me that I have not sent any photos
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