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Old 03-08-2004, 05:56 PM   #1
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Like the title says, i have a 3 button, and 5 button piece from an SSE or SSEi, and am looking for all the information any gearheads or anyone, has on them. How the work, whats the hookups etc.

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Are they the same part, one with more buttons than the other?
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the one from a 92-99 bonneville. It'* the 5 and 3 button one. I can get pix if need be.

I'm looking for their harness diagrams, what goes into what, what switches what. Which connectors are for which buttons.

What'* momentary, what'* on/off.
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I'm still not sure what you have there. What buttons are on the three button one, and does the five button one have those same buttons plus two more?
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Fud, he should have the standard 3 button with performanc/normal shift and traction. The 5 switch pod should add performance/touring ride. He'* trying to figure out if the switches are momentary, push-on/push-off or what wires go to each set of contacts.
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There are two varieties of three button switches. Some have the performance/touring suspension and some have the performance/normal shift.

So I'll leave that one alone for now. It should be included in the 5-button anyway.

The performance/touring suspension (SPDT switch):

Light green - Touring pole on the switch
Brown/white - Performance pole on the switch
Dark Green - Performance LED
Pink - Touring LED

Performance/Normal shift (DPDT switch):

Black No. 1 - Input to common pole 1 on switch (returns thru 348 ohm resistor and light blue wire OR nothing)
Black No. 2 - Input to common pole 2 on switch and illumination bulb (returns thru performance LED OR touring LED, common 470 ohm resistor and brown wire)
Light Blue - 348 ohm resistor in performance selected mode
Brown - Through 470 ohm resistor to both LEDs

Traction control switch (SPST momentary, normally open):

Gray - Through diode to illumination bulb
Purple/White - To traction on LED
Brown/White - To switch

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Black/White - To traction control switch AND traction LED through 470 ohm resistor AND to Touring/Performance LEDs AND common pole on the Touring/performance switch.

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Could someone open up their console and snap a pic of the harnessess? I don't have one, so i don't know what wires are what. And i bet my chilton wiring diagrams don't have them either....
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Bring 'em with you Saturday Jason. We'll take a look-see and slap the Multimeter on 'em if necessary.....
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Since the assembly is complicated, you need to tell us what you want to do with them, and then we can tell you which wires to use for that function.
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