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Old 04-14-2005, 11:14 PM   #41
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YES! Now, i need to find my All Data for the Lumina, and get it moving..

Hey, are the door ajar, trunk/hood ajar switches just run off the basic switches? Or do I need SSE Bonneville specific stuffs?
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Hey, are the door ajar, trunk/hood ajar switches just run off the basic switches? Or do I need SSE Bonneville specific stuffs?
Generally speaking, they're grounded by the action of opening whatever it is they're monitoring -- hood, door, whatever. So you run the wire from the cluster out to the component and use a pin switch to ground it when the door/hood/trunk is open. Use either the car'* own pin switch, if there is one, or invent one of your own... aftermarket, junqueyarde donor or whatever.
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Ill go find a car with these pin switches.. Im being too inventive as it is, lmao
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Ill go find a car with these pin switches.. Im being too inventive as it is, lmao
If you can't find that equipment on a junqueyarde Lumina, snag the underhood pin switch from a Bonneville: it'* a big black plastic thing that installs near the front left corner of the car. I think that should be easy to make fit in a Lumina. I think the other stuff will have to come from a non-Bonne donor, as Bonnevilles use internal switches for the doors and trunk lid.
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I was actually planning on just hooking everything to a separate door switch.. You know.. Like the stock lil buttons that turn the dome light on and off.. Things like those.. I'll use them for the door ajar system
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