The Empowerment Group wrote:
> Is 27-30 ohms a significant enough increase in resistance to account for my
> problem? I.e., should I replace the switch?
The bulb itself has a resistance (while on) of about 7 ohms (front) or 6
ohms (rear) or about 3.3 ohms for the two. 27 - 30 ohms in the switch is
a very definite problem, the bulbs would get only about 1/10 of the
normal current. If you like to tinker with these things, you could try
clean the contacts etc., but I would just spring for a new switch.
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