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Wiring The Dipswitch Correctly On A MkIII, Early DB4 & DB4 GT

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TO ALL DB MkIII OWNERS

When re-making the switches for the DB MkIII we realised that the electrical loads for the headlamps feed direct through the Hella Dipswitch, this is wrong as it is a potential risk for the (very rare) switch to fail, with the added problem of burnt out loom if it shorts.

The headlamps should be fed via a fused relay, easliy fitted under the dash, the Hella Dipswitch can then be wired as a switch for the relay with minimal loads only.

Wiring diagram here - the Copyright belongs to our Electrician, Neil Phillips so please don't copy it without permission from us or him.

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