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Old 04-21-2021, 08:51 PM   #1
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Default Bulbs for 760/960 eCodes

I have the old Ecodes from my 960 - stored for the last 15 years - going to use them in my '91 745 - I don't recall what the 3 bulbs that are used with them. No markings on them to indicate

Anyone know offhand? H1? H4?

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@Fa182 - many thanks!
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From my 97/98 Greenbook:

First picture is for low / high beams (pins 1,2) and second picture is for the fogs (pin 3)
Ground for both is pin 4.
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From my 97/98 Greenbook:

First picture is for low / high beams (pins 1,2) and second picture is for the fogs (pin 3)
Ground for both is pin 4.
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I assumed the lower H3 (2) is the fog - however them seem to point at the sky (!) The DEPO lamps don't have very good adjusters. Is the lower inner in fact the foglamp?
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It's the high beam.

The circuit is really easy to figure out once you remove the rear caps.
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It's the high beam.
That is wrong.

The lower inner H3 is the fog light.
The upper inner H3 is the high beam.

It's been a while, but as far as I can remember you can only adjust the fog lights horizontally, not vertically with adjuster knob.
So there must be something wrong with the insert, it's a separate piece from the big reflector that is held in via a clip or something. I don't remember exactly.

Part 27 on the diagram.

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That is wrong.

The lower inner H3 is the fog light.
The upper inner H3 is the high beam.

It's been a while, but as far as I can remember you can only adjust the fog lights horizontally, not vertically with adjuster knob.
So there must be something wrong with the insert, it's a separate piece from the big reflector that is held in via a clip or something. I don't remember exactly.

Part 27 on the diagram.

Many thanks for the confirmation & schematic. I'll have to take it off & see what I can see with the innards. The Depot version has simplified adjusters (only two, no center one) - the inner does the height, the outers do nothing...
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Thinking you may have to do a bit of work to fit 760/960 front light and grille parts to a 740. Maybe with mounting parts from a 940.
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Thinking you may have to do a bit of work to fit 760/960 front light and grille parts to a 740. Maybe with mounting parts from a 940.
Its not bad at all on a 91 - just had to modify (cut & weld) the inner metal mount brackets for the revised offset, and trim the plastic filler cap



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