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Old 03-10-2004, 09:24 PM   #11
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I don't have any wires on them at all at this point. It'* just the piece in the dash.

I want to use one as a starter, momentary is the only option.

I'd like to use any others for the angel eyes. Which is normaly a 3 way switch (angels/off/driving). It'* wired up thru a relay, and the switch uses a 12v in the middle, with one wire for angels, and one for driving lights.

Soldering isn't hard for me, but i'd like to be able to get ahold of a harness, soldering to the bottom of this biotch won't be easy.....
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Well, there is certainly flexibility to do that. The traction control could be used as the starter, and a combination of the other two sets of two for the angel eyes. I would probably use relays if you haven't got them already.

And then you'll have to work on the LEDs too. But first we need wires on them.
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The angel eye setup has it'* own relay. I can use the 12v supply for both, use the perform shift for the halos, and the perform ride for the driving lights?

Finding the harnesses would help a lot i think @ this point.

I could power the LEDS from the relay leads, so if the angel eye ring has power going to it, the wire will power the LED light....
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Jason, it'* time to rip apart that console and look for the harness I posted a pic of.
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Oh i've never seen it in there. No way they'd wire up that stuff on an SE for sure.

If i can get my hands on just the harness, i can use it'* wiring to work thru.
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Jason, it'* time to rip apart that console and look for the harness I posted a pic of.
Bill thats the Pigtail I have but had no idea what its for.... What does it control?
It controls Launches and SPEED!

Traction on/off, performance/normal shift, bud That'* the pigtail harness to the console switch pod.
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If i managed to find that harness (it wasnt there last time) would it hookup and work with perform shift? I've seen SLE'* with them before...
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One way to find out. With my pod disconnected, I'm defaulted to performance shift. Normal shift lowers the shiftpoints 500 rpms for everday driving. Not sure how that would feel with your gear ratio.
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I've got 3.06, which should be the shortest ratio for that year. My car is always in "performance shift" because it'* not dumbing down the tranny for "normal"
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Your Traction should be through applied braking like mine.

I have Teves Mark IV, you have Delco VI ABS, first used in 94. 96 went to the Delco Bosch V system. My EBCM is renamed EBCTM for your year....they added the T for Traction, although mine does it too.
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