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Thread: DMCH on off console switch

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    Senior Member Citizen's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHO1DMC View Post
    I'm using one for my flux capacitor.
    Good idea. Probably lots of good uses for these. I replaced both dummies with these switches. I use one for turning on/off all door & interior lights during daylight shows or street-meets (I like the door light on at night). Also, helpful when just working on the car with the doors up while in my own garage.

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    I helped my friend Dave Tavers with this exact thing. I will let him lost here with his results. The DMCH will not work. We ended up gutting a used window switch and installing a single pole double throw switch inside.
    Chris Miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippieman9 View Post
    The other idea I had was to use this switch with a relay that is SPDT. And have the relay switching or toggling the Bluetooth function.
    I think you were on the right track with a relay...
    I looked at Dimitri's thread and saw the switch. It's SPDT.
    Since you want as original as possible, you might try this:
    Radio-Bth_FunctionSw.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron View Post
    I think you were on the right track with a relay...
    I looked at Dimitri's thread and saw the switch. It's SPDT.
    Since you want as original as possible, you might try this:
    Radio-Bth_FunctionSw.jpg
    Yep thatís what I think Iím going to do. Keeps the stock look and if the switch should ever go bad itís easy to replace.

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    Hello all !


    Yes I confirm, you need a SPDT switch, 3 wires, center for +12V right for radio and left for bluetooth mode.

    ON / OFF switch and defrost switch not working.

    Dimitri

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