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- 18 januari, 2006 kl. 19:59 #13719
I have a switch which says: hornvarselljus. If I use that one the two front city lights will burn brighlty. But what is the difference between the hornvarselljus and the normal daylight running lights which burn less bright?
Pieter18 januari, 2006 kl. 22:12 #91745
What model car are we talking about here?
The word ”hörnvarselljus” means ”corner city lights”, literally. In most cars a switch like that will trigger the corner lights, and front and rear parking lights. The DRLs, however, will turn on the headlights – either on normal low beam, or on low beam with a slightly reduced voltage to save bulb life. While headlights are on the corner lights dim. If your car isn’t wired like that it might be modified by a previous owner.
/Magnus19 januari, 2006 kl. 00:23 #91746
The only model i have seen this switch fitted, is Saab 99 between 1976 and 78. But, only as extra equipment… when you found a car with that option, the function should be:
In the front blinkers-house you find extra bulbs, which turns on when you put in the reverse gear.
On swedish called ”backljus”, lying on the same electric line as the common reverse lights.
With the switch, could you turn on this bulbs (hörnbackljus) manual./ Matthias19 januari, 2006 kl. 11:16 #91747
Thank you, great info. It is indeed a 1977 model, imported from Sweden. I will check the functionality tonight.
Pieter20 januari, 2006 kl. 19:42 #91748
I can turn the lights on with the switch, but they are not turned on when I put the car in reverse. Probably the wiring. At least it’s nice to know what its function is.
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