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Old 12-15-2006, 02:26 PM   #1
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IN the Cluster....you got it, justlike the factory would have done it.....I fugured that there was no need just to have a Random LED, like alot have installed in there cars who have done the override.....why not have a FAN symbol in the cluster to alert you????

so i figured that i would do it

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Sweeeet, but did the light do anything before??
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Very schweeeeeeeeeeet, Pat. What car "gave up" it'* fan symbol for this project? C'mon.....you can't post without sharing the details, noob
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Sweeeet, but did the light do anything before??
the Bonne cluster never had a light there, it was a blank space.....i made that Fan symbol fit in the empty space

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Very schweeeeeeeeeeet, Pat. What car "gave up" it'* fan symbol for this project? C'mon.....you can't post without sharing the details, noob
i dont remember what car gave up the Fan symbol....that was too many junkyard trips ago to remember....it was from a Pontiac.....that much i do know
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honestly.. looks PS'd with that frame around it
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Sweeeet, but did the light do anything before??
the Bonne cluster never had a light there, it was a blank space.....i made that Fan symbol fit in the empty space

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Very schweeeeeeeeeeet, Pat. What car "gave up" it'* fan symbol for this project? C'mon.....you can't post without sharing the details, noob
i dont remember what car gave up the Fan symbol....that was too many junkyard trips ago to remember....it was from a Pontiac.....that much i do know
I remember...it was from a Grand Am, but any Pontiac with manual fan controls will do nicely.
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honestly.. looks PS'd with that frame around it
ya true, but i had to remove the coating that was on the emtpy space on the cluster.....and it happened to be in square....LOL

and Brad i believe that your right
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That'* freaking AWESOME!!! I see the rear steering light next to it too
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This may be a dumb question but here it goes. If the input to the switch is the ground, where does the power for the light come from? Do you wire the light in series (12v to the one terminal of the light) and then splice a ground to the light from the switch?

---------------Ground from HSF relay----------------> to switch----> to ground

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---------------12V to light and spliced ground from switch


Pardon my drawing if it looks howkie.

The reason I ask is that I've done this to my car and thought it would be nice to have a light indicator.
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Now you have to redo it for your own gage panel?
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