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Old 09-27-2006, 04:44 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried to rewire the 00-05 to switch the ELC on/off from the driver seat? If so, either detailed instructions or wiring diagram would help.

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Do you want to switch main power to ELC off & on to disable, or enable ELC? Or, do you want ELC on demand type thing? Remember though, the height sensor on the left rear control arm regulates ELC to adjust level according to weight load in rear of vehicle.
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If the circuit is anything like the 92-99 you need to unplug a soleniod, fill and then disconnect a fuse under the hood.

I suppose it could be done via relays
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If the circuit is anything like the 92-99 you need to unplug a soleniod, fill and then disconnect a fuse under the hood.

I suppose it could be done via relays
it isn't. they don't pull a fuse, and they do something in the rear wheel wells.
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What is the objective, does anyone know? That would be a starting point.
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What is the objective, does anyone know? That would be a starting point.
to put the rear all the way up at the track for better launching, and be able to do so from the cockpit
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Got it. Thanks
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