Ok heres the deal. First off let me start buy saying that I am a dodge man. I have had 2 dodge ram 1500 that I know up down left to right and inside and out. I purchased a 86' chevy 2500 from a friend of mine last november. I have been wheelin my dodges for about 4 yrs now and I have been wanting something that was strictly a trail truck so I got the chevy because it was a GREAT deal and they are supposedly so easy to work on. And you can find parts for them a lot cheaper than my dodges. So now I just have my '05 Dodge CTD as a tow rig and my 86' chevy. THe chevy had a 454 in it that my friend built and I helped install about 6 months before I bought the truck. This truck has been used mostly for mud races and the occasional OHV park every once in a while and sometime back roads on the weekend. BUt that was pretty much it. I had it 2 days and dropped a valve in the 454 and locked it up. So the truck got parked for about 2 months and I finally pulled the motor figured out that it needed a new head, piston, valves, and maybe bore out the block. So I got a good deal on a running 2wd 87' suburban. I pulled the 350 out of it and put it in the 4wd chevy. MY problem, the headlights, taillights, dome, and all running lights do not work since I put the motor in. THe night the truck broke they worked. I have been trying to track down wires and cant figure out the problem. So since this is strictly a trail truck I want to just wire the headlights up to a switch. I noticed that the headlights have 3 sets of wires going to the back of them. Does anyone know which wires are low, high, and ground or know where I can find wiring diagrams? I did a search and a lot of people mention autozone.com for diagrams but I couldnt find them. Eventually I want to rewire EVERYTHING and do away with the ingnition all together and go to a push button starter. I am gonna completely redo the whole interior and build a new dash inside.