Are you having trouble switching your car’s headlamps between high and low beams? Your car’s dimmer switch could be damaged. With repeated use, the car’s switch wears out and eventually breaks. The dimmer switch controls your low and high beams of your car’s front headlamps, making this switch one of the most important items in your vehicle. Failure of this switch could mean difficulty for the operator and worse case scenario, cause accidents.
Of course, you can purchase a dimmer switch like the one you currently have, like this one. Or, you could install an easy to use foot pedal to switch between low and high beams, enabling you to use the right lights in the right situations. The foot pedal installs easily next to your brake pedal, easily accessible to your left foot and can be disguised underneath your floor mat.
When you pair the foot pedal with an air switch you can wire your low beams to the switch to turn them on or off with the press of your foot. This leaves the driver’s hands available for more important tasks, like keeping them at ten and two on the wheel – or scanning through the radio.
FOOT PEDAL DESCRIPTION
Presair air actuated foot pedals are shockproof, explosion-proof and waterproof.
The pneumatic foot pedals contains an internal air bellow. When pressed, it sends a pulse of air through a tube to an air switch. Action may be momentary, alternate or sequencing.
Presair also supplies electric foot pedals, which are a low profile option providing high performance at a low cost.