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Old 08-08-2005, 10:39 AM   #11
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Even a close up digitial pic will help. The LCM is NOT in the same place as the 93, I confirmed that last night while wiring the backlight for my boost gauge. 'Tis somewhere else.

This may help alot of other members if I can get this override done like I did on the 93. Hopefully it'* in an easier spot to get to.

The last page of that cirucuit should DESCRIBE the component location, and the last several pages of that section should SHOW it with an illustration.
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hey bill...after you figure this out for the 95, do you think you could help me do it on my 96?
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We'll compare. It may be the same wiring as the 95. I have confirmed it'* totally different in component locations to my 93, but works in the same manner.
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Bill..here'* a present for you. The right side is the actual edge of the writing.


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The 95 obviously doesn't go through the LCM, not to be confused with the ALCM which I don't have due to the lack of a full DIC and Lamp Monitor. I obviously need the wire between the two relays, rather than the wire at the LCM like the 93.

I'm hoping that the 95 is different enough that I can access it from behind the glovebox. It'* not possible on the 92/93.

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The 95 obviously doesn't go through the LCM, not to be confused with the ALCM which I don't have due to the lack of a full DIC and Lamp Monitor. I obviously need the wire between the two relays, rather than the wire at the LCM like the 93.

I'm hoping that the 95 is different enough that I can access it from behind the glovebox. It'* not possible on the 92/93.

Cover me. I'm going in.
Tried to tell ya. It'* not pretty. Bring beer..you'll need a couple if you are going in! Sorry bout the size of the pics but I figured you'd rather big and easy to see than small and impossible.
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Beer 3 down the hatch, PM'* all answered, going to dig in now. Thanks for the big. That'* a HUGE help.

PM me your price for the FSM'*, I just got the FOB, I'll paypal you AFTER you tell me how much you want for the 95 books.
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For a 95 SLE (may be the same for an SSEi, SSE, SE, and possibly 94, maybe even 96 and later):

1. Remove passenger footwell hushpanel. Forget trying to get to the wire through the back of the glovebox unless you're changing an airmix actuator and ripping the whole dash out anyway.

2. The bottom relay is "A" (reference schematic above and pictures below).

3. Pull the relay out. This is the fog lamp relay, NOT the disable relay. We're bypassing the disable relay, so forget about it, since it'* missing and was never installed in my car for some reason, in spite of the schematic above. You don't care at this point anyway.

4. FIRMLY and tightly wind a wire (single-conductor preferred) around the relay post that coincides with socket 86, or pin 1. Re-install the relay.

5. Run the other end of the wire to ground. The one pictured below is preferred for proximity.

6. Test.

Have another model/trim level/year? Want to test it? Put a two fingers on each of the bottom two relays, and with the parking lamps on, high-beams not selected on the multi-function lever, turn the fogs on and off. You should feel the foglamp relay cycle. This will confirm it'* position. If in doubt, there'* a graphical representation of it on the upper rear-most lip of the hushpanel on a label.

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if the Park/neutral position sensor was disconnected (maybe a jumper put in), would that give full control over the lights. For example: the ability to turn off the lights while not in park?

if I can get a schmatic for my 96 would you be able to tell me if its the same?

EDIT: also are you running the 55watt and the 100watt fogs off the stock harness? no wire upgrades? or are you using relays?
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SHASWEET!!! ive been waiting to do this for a year... it was gonna be my "FIRST" mod...
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