Electrical gurus -- help!
My headlight decided to quit sometime between wednesday and last night, and of course I was nowhere near home. No biggie, CAA came and got me, but now it's time to fix it.
I'm trying to follow the wiring diagram, and I'm pretty sure I'm reading it correctly (also common sense...) when it says the red wire at the left bar switch cluster is positive.
Well, there's 0 resistance to negative, and something like -340ohms resistance to positive on that wire with ignition on. I can't make any sense of this.
What's driving me mad is that, if positive is shorted straight to ground, shouldn't *everything* stop working? Wouldn't wires be blowing up?
What the heck is going on?!