View Single Post
Old 03-07-2013, 08:03 AM   #21 (permalink)
SouthArk370Z
A True Z Fanatic
 
SouthArk370Z's Avatar
 
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: South Arkansas
Posts: 7,017
Drives: 2014 Challenger
Rep Power: 11442
SouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond reputeSouthArk370Z has a reputation beyond repute
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by FearlessLeadr View Post
Then shouldn't that mean that I could disconnect the switch entirely? When I press the button, it breaks the circuit, so shouldn't it just think the clutch is pressed if I disconnect the switch? I also tried a wire bridge and it didn't work.
Since the bridge didn't work, it would seem that mults is right and the car has to see a transition. I suspected as much (it's not uncommon for interlock circuits), which is why I suggested using a switch.
__________________
Steering Lock Links - Search The370Z Bookmarklet - FSM @ NICOclub
Mankind has progressed past the need for war but we haven't evolved that far. - NachoMahma
SouthArk370Z is offline   Reply With Quote