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rpsibew110
There seems to be many ways to achieve the same outcome. My brother and I found a guy at a local electronics store and had him make a momentary circuit box that fed a garage remote. We triggered it with the high beam switch. Turning on the high beam sent 12 volts to the momentary box which fed the remote for .5 seconds then shut off if the door did not open just press the high beam button a second time. That way you could use your high beam and not open garage doors as you rode around town.
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2018 Roadmaster called Pearl, 116, VooDoo AC, Rinehart slip-on and a PVCX.
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JuanPoop
rpsibew110 wrote:
There seems to be many ways to achieve the same outcome. My brother and I found a guy at a local electronics store and had him make a momentary circuit box that fed a garage remote. We triggered it with the high beam switch. Turning on the high beam sent 12 volts to the momentary box which fed the remote for .5 seconds then shut off if the door did not open just press the high beam button a second time. That way you could use your high beam and not open garage doors as you rode around town.


Another very good (and practical) solution - well done. 

aka - John
2017 Springfield - grey / burgundy
Northern Beaches - Sydney
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