Taking Control of the Light Control Module
Isn't it fun to have a specific control for all your lights on your car? The light control module enables you to do just that. However, if you already have one and it has already gone busted, you don't need to panic because we have come up with a step-by-step process to help you replace your old one.
Difficulty level: moderate
Step 1: Install the light control module with 8-32 hex head screws, which are provided in the kit. Push the throttle control cable carefully out of the way to allow clearance for the module. The light connector receptacle can be seen through the bottom of the control plate.
Step 2: Connect the white connector from the light control module to the main control board J11 or J18.
Step 3: Join the two gray wires that have male bullet terminals from the light control modules to the red and white/red wires on the main wire harness.
Step 4: Then, join the two gray wires that have female bullet terminals from the light control module to the gray wires with male bullet terminals located on the main control board.
Step 5: Set up the toggle switch in the switch hole on the front panel and lock it with 5⁄8 inches sealing hex nut.
Step 6: Attach the light switch connectors to the J4 on the main control board. Keep in mind that when connecting the light to the front panel, ensure that the ribbon cable from the control board does not get stuck between panel and light switch. Otherwise, the ribbon cable will get damaged.
Step 7: Plug light into the light control module receptacle and check if it works properly with the engine operating.
Step 8: Install control cover with two screws. And voila! You're done with the installation.
Now you can control the lights on your car. Just follow these steps and you're good to go!