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post #1 of 4 Old 06-26-2010, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Factory switch replacement

Hoping one of the smart guys could help with this mod.

I would like to add some switches for lights etc, but have not seen any switch installs I like. My idea was is use the area where the cig lighter and swaybar/locker/hazard/esp switch module currently are. I plan to use an spod as the relay box.

One of my questions, does anybody know what the signalling out of this module looks like?

Anybody have a line on similar switches to maybe gang on to this module?

if I was to remove this module and replace with maybe the carling switches I may try wiring in the carling switches to control the module, letting the module hang behind the console...... I have mad soldering skills! (actually I have an assembler at work with all the right tools)

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Anybody have any experience or thoughts with this idea?
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post #2 of 4 Old 06-26-2010, 08:06 PM
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Interesting idea, I have not seen this before in that space. If you are going to use the Spod for the relay box, why not just use the Spod switches?

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post #3 of 4 Old 06-27-2010, 10:39 AM
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I'm sure John at sPod would be more than willing to answer any questions for you. His customer service both before and after the sale as well as the quality of the products he puts out are second to none. I know I am not alone in singing his praises.

Send him an email or call he'll get back to you!
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post #4 of 4 Old 06-28-2010, 05:53 PM
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isoyeti,
Give me a call. We use Carling Technologies Contura switches for all of our applications!
Let me know what you need and let's see if we can supply it for your particular application.
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http://www.4x4s-pod.com/close-ups



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Hoping one of the smart guys could help with this mod.

I would like to add some switches for lights etc, but have not seen any switch installs I like. My idea was is use the area where the cig lighter and swaybar/locker/hazard/esp switch module currently are. I plan to use an spod as the relay box.

One of my questions, does anybody know what the signalling out of this module looks like?

Anybody have a line on similar switches to maybe gang on to this module?

if I was to remove this module and replace with maybe the carling switches I may try wiring in the carling switches to control the module, letting the module hang behind the console...... I have mad soldering skills! (actually I have an assembler at work with all the right tools)

carling_switches

Anybody have any experience or thoughts with this idea?

-John the sPOD guy
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