Need help with Code 3 lightbar
I wasn't sure where to put this, as I don't want to limit to to LE, so I'll try here.
I recently got a Code 3 Excalibur light-bar on my car (Pretty unique). Unfortunately, we only have 3 of these light bars, and all 3 are wired completely differently as our city fleet services aren't too versed with these ones. We use different bars on the rest of our cars, so these are kinda the odd ducks. But they are also awesome bars, so I want to keep it, have it function correctly, and have it function how I want it to, but our fleet guys can't help too much since they just don't know enough about these (No one here does).
It is a full LED bar, with old style "rotators" that serve as the take downs and alley lights. The middle 2 yellow lights just go on with take downs, and the outer two are actually pretty neat. We have 3 lightbar "settings," where position one lights up some of the lights, 2 some more, and 3 all of them. Well, on position 3 the side yellow lamps swing back and forth, facing sideways and forwards. On alley they swing and hold to look down the alley, and on Take Down they swing forward and hold.
So here are the problems I'm having. As you know, each LED is a module, so there are a total of 12 modules on the front of the bar. Every module flashes/dances in their programmed sequence, except number 2, the blue one. It stays on all the time. I either want it to dance like its corresponding red module (7), or I want number 7 to stay on all the time. I want symmetry. How can I fix this?
Here's the second problem, which I doubt I can fix. The outer yellow lights only swing on position 3 part of the time. They are supposed to go back and forth, swinging constantly while on position 3. Mine don't light up or swing about 3/4 of the time, the other 4th they work perfect, lighting and swinging. The take downs work good, and the alleys work good, so they swing and light up like normal for those.
Any ideas? I'm also going to talk to Code 3, but I'm not sure how far they'll be able to get me as the Excalibur lightbar was offered in so many configurations. It should be noted, the lower half of my bar with the LEDs is a standard Code 3 lightbar in itself now, and that's what we use for all of our new cars. So I know the modules are very popular.