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Old 12-17-2008, 06:55 AM
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Headligths prong ID

please tell me wich of the 3 prongs of the regular sealed beam headligths correspond to what circuit, I specially doubt about which is ground

did a search but couldn't find a picture explaining it.

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I can"t draw but in an old GM manual it shows that if you are looking at the back of the sealed beam the left prong is ground,the right prong is high beam and the top prong is low beam. Hope this helps.
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