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Hi guys

Im gearing up to start my ICE install any week now, but i want to use one of the factory switches to operate the lights inside the sub box, amp rack, etc

Ideally i want to buy a switch that goes in one of the blanks. So my question is, what goes next to the seat heaters and under the dash

I was thinking of buying the convertible top switch and using that, as it lights up orange already and looks well integrated. But where does that switch go?
 

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Originally posted by TPIACE@Jul 2 2005, 04:23 AM
Hi guys

Im gearing up to start my ICE install any week now, but i want to use one of the factory switches to operate the lights inside the sub box, amp rack, etc

Ideally i want to buy a switch that goes in one of the blanks. So my question is, what goes next to the seat heaters and under the dash

I was thinking of buying the convertible top switch and using that, as it lights up orange already and looks well integrated. But where does that switch go?
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I'm not positive, but I think the switch for the roadster goes right next to the VDC switch (or TCS switch for the base/enth model).
 

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Yep the roof switch is to the left of the TCS switch on the right of the console.

I've got a blank next to the seat heaters too
 

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Originally posted by TPIACE@Jul 3 2005, 08:23 PM
i read through the manual and it says the seat heater blank is for a the auto box shift pattern

so who here with an auto knows what it looks like?
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I don't have an "auto box shift pattern" in mine - our trannies are the same as the ECU, ie they learn and adjust to your driving style.
 

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thats weird, might be an 05 auto thing

"Automatic transmission mode switch" is what they call it

basically its a button with Power and Snow on either end, and a defualt Auto position
 

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Originally posted by harryw@Jul 4 2005, 06:46 PM
It's probably just a yanky thing
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Nope. We don't have that here either. I believe it's actually a Japanese thing
 
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