Rally 4000

Submitted: Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 18:17
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Can anyone tell me what the yellow wire is for the Rally 4000 spot lights.
Brown positive (active) & blue negative (neutral).
I never got any instruction with these lights when I brought them months ago
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Reply By: revhead307 - Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 18:32

Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 18:32
My old Rally 2000's only had 2 wires..So u got me.

If you havent already pulled them apart (As if changing a globe) one will earth on the housing (-)...one will attach to the back of the globe (+). It may give you an indication of where its hitting. I wouldnt have thought they could make spotties too complicated.

Someone else should know tho.

Rev
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Follow Up By: HJ60-2H - Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 19:32

Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 19:32
Did you try a search first??? ( I love that response!!)

The Rallye 4000 is the standard to which all other lamps are compared. Used by most of the top Rally and Desert Racers. The mounting base measures about 3 1/4 inches wide and "cradles" the shell in a 7" cup of metal for the most stable mounting systems available in the industry today. The two knurled knobs are the adjustment lock knobs. Loosen these and you can rotate the shell up, down and side-to-side for a full range of adjustment. Tighten them and the shell is snugged into a rubber gasket between the shell and the mounting cup - that lamp isn't going anywhere!The lamps have an integrated weather-proof plug for the electrics. The internal connections are already wired. Note also that there are three wires! The third wire is for an integrated parking lamp (Driving Lamp only). This is a European feature that has been carried to the US. The wiring harness was designed specifically for this lamp and uses a signal from the parking lights to trigger the city light, though it can be wired independently. The useful range of the Euro-beam is 2500 Ft. Kit includes two (2) lamps and a wiring harness
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Reply By: Rob from Cairns Offroad Training & Tours - Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 20:47

Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 at 20:47
They may be OK in deserts but in our wet conditions uo here they fill with water very disapointing for an expensive light. I now run Lightforce XGTs and after 150k klms on 2 cars have had no problems. A very tough durable light weight light the new industry standard I would think. Made in Australia too. Cheers Rob
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Follow Up By: Russel & Mary - Saturday, Apr 01, 2006 at 08:28

Saturday, Apr 01, 2006 at 08:28
Did you all know that a dentist by the name of R.L.Dennis in Cleve S.A. designed the Lightforce lights and built them there by himself for a number of years. I beleive they are now made in Adelaide. Pretty good stuff for a fox shooting dentist, eh?. Rus.
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Reply By: Brew69(SA) - Saturday, Apr 01, 2006 at 08:47

Saturday, Apr 01, 2006 at 08:47
"I never got any instruction with these lights when I brought them months ago"
Sure you did lol...............Likely story hahaha
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