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Happy birthday Iron.
The zombie apocalypse?
Short answer; no....
Nice job. Stray voltage can be a real bitch to find sometimes.
K6 Autumn bronze poly?
You're on the right path, you should replace the melted connector.
Is the green wire at the dimmer switch hot at all times?
AKA "beam selector switch"
Just thinking out-loud--If the green wire at the dimmer switch was hot all the time (and it should not be), would the mechanical dimmer switch...
Follow the green wire.[ATTACH]
Edit; Swap out the dimmer switch and retest.
If no change, use your meter and the diagram to back-trace the stray voltage.
This diagram is badass. Definitely a keeper.
You have a stray voltage in both high and low beam circuits (like R/T said), not enough amperage to power headlamps, but plenty enough to trigger...
I just realized this was a "plug and play" kit, so I deleted my post.
If you still need help, PM me, I can walk you through diagnosing the issue....
Unless you are a contortionist---pull the dash.
She's taking that trailer ball like a champ.
Edit; sorry about this, it was on the same page as the ad, and I couldn't resist.