Question about 2000 Lamborghini Gallardo
The new Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder triggers more flashed headlamps and thumbs-up signals than the inevitable flock of Maybachs, Maseratis, Ferraris, and Bentleys. This car seems to collect dates faster than George Clooney at large, which is a bit surprising when you consider that the Gallardo coupe was first released back in 2003. But in Miami's extroverted environment, being able to lower the Gallardo's canvas roof--a fully automatic, twenty-second procedure--makes all the difference.
Posted on May 14, 2008
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The headlamp relay is activated
The VE1 option is equipped with automatic headlamps, which is activated when the photo sensor detects dark conditions. A code will set if there is a fault in the photo sensor, or in the two CKT's between the photo sensor and the body control module (BCM).
The coil output of the headlamp relay travels through CKT 250 (BLK) and is grounded at G101.
When the headlamp relay is activated, power is supplied to both the LH and RH headlamp fuses through CKT 1346 (LT BLU).
LO and HI beam functions are activated/determined by the multi-function switch on the steering column.
The HI beam function must be enabled by the body control module (BCM).
The headlamp power travels through the multi-function switch at the steering column and is grounded through CKT 750 (BLK).
The flash-to-pass function is also activated by the multi-function switch on the steering column. It is powered by CKT 1840 (ORN) and enabled through the body control module (BCM) via CKT 307 (YEL).
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