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Old 02-23-2004, 08:07 PM   #11
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I'll modify it, IF nothing else, i could remove the stock thing, or make a cover for a recessed switch down there.

Soldering is no problem.
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I don't think it would be too much trouble to modify them BonneMeMN.
The hardest part would be the soldering job, but if you're good w/ that it shouldn't be too hard.

Provided you can find the part.... anyone got a PN for that? hehe

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It should be very easy with no modifications. All you need is a little patience with a multimeter to determine the switch contacts from the OEM harness of the switch pod. Or a factory wiring diagram.
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I believe the performance/normal shift buttons are not momentary, while the traction control button is a momentary button. I would have to look in the manual to double check that.
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Thanks, Fuddy. Y'know.....even if they're momentary, you could still wire a holding relay. The kill for the relay could be when the ignition is turned off
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Any P/N? Anyone got one lying around? I asked a guy in the for sale threads...
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Sorry, Jason. I only have the blank cover listed. And good luck at a wrecker. It'* damn hard to find an SSE, much less an SSEi. I'd post in Wanted on this one for sure.
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