Thanks for the links, I have been looking that over and apparently I have to choose whether to have the LED light on when the high beam OR the low beam is on. I do have the switch pictured on the right. The switch performs (kills one headlamp when switched ON for both high and low), but I don't get LED on when either the high or low are one - depends on whether the yellow pair or white pair are connected to posts 5 and 6.
If I swap the negatives for the yellow circuits and white (in yellow out white and vice versa for switch two), I get the kill switch LED to light in either high or low, but I figure running that kind of a circuit is bad ju-ju.
I also saw the small print that you must run a ground to have any LED work at all - I had to figure that out the long way with a current meter.
I just wanted to know if I'm doing this right. I bit off an awful lot for the first week with the Glee!
Now i'm figuring out which one is better to have the light on. I run with high beams in the daytime regardless, so the reminder that the "two bulbs are on in daytime is a waste" might be good.
Last edited by MrNobody; 10-27-2012 at 11:01 PM.