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Old 04-25-2005, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default Manual switch for Tract Control


I tore apart like half of my car'* interior so I'm familiar with the electronics.

I got to the little circuit board that has a tiny manual switch soldered on it, for the Traction Control. Then there is the weird plastic button part that makes the button behave like a momentary on/off.

What would I need to do to setup a nicer TC switch somewhere else, either pushbutton or switch, that wouldn't need to be disabled everytime I get in the car? How would I solder it to that little board? And I'm a little afraid to anyway, it'* so tiny! Any ideas?


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