2009 Civilian Impala HLF Instal NEED HELP QUICK!!!

May 25, 2010
Tunkhannock, PA, USA
I need info quickly... The instal guide from SoundOffs site says to use the Lt Green / Black wire for the high beams. Well, the passengers side is Lt Green / Black, but the drivers side is Green / White... How exactly do I wire it up...? Thanks guys!!!


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Jan 23, 2011
cajunblitz said:
Look up! At the thread title....lol!

Oh my gosh.. I need some glasses :duh: :duh:. Anyways. What I would do is I would figure out which wire is providing the power to the headlights and then find the wire giving power from the flasher. Then I would connect them up. Again :duh:
May 25, 2010
Tunkhannock, PA, USA
I might have it figured out, thanks to cajun... I'll let ya know when I get back to work on the car tomorrow...
May 25, 2010
Tunkhannock, PA, USA
Now I have another issue with this HLF... LoL

When the HLF is activated, the hig beams flash like they are supposed to. When you turn the head lights on, the low beamas come one, and the high beams continue to flash, as they should. When you activate the high beams, the HLF stops flashing the high beams and they turn on steady, as they should. The problem is when the HLF is not avtivated, the high beams don't come on. I've gotten some trouble shooting tips from cajunblitz, but haven't gotten the car back to look at it. I was just wondering if any of you have installed a HLF on an '09 Impala LT Civilian Package and encountered this problem.

Oh, the HLF I'm using is a Galls 3-in-1 Smart Flasher (A.K.A. the Sound-Off Select-A-Pattern)

Thank in advance for any help...
May 25, 2010
Tunkhannock, PA, USA
All the Black override wire does is turn off the flasher, but that is another thing to add to the list of stuff to try... LoL

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