[urq] Brake lights update
ingo.rautenberg at gmail.com
Sun Jul 22 09:58:39 EDT 2007
No, flash to pass should do nothing wrt brake circuit. The brake
lights should function at any time, though. Basically, I'm not sure
if the brake light switch is supposed to be positive or ground (I
believe positive). Basically, I would just make sure that the
circuit is fused and figure out the proper routing.
On Jul 22, 2007, at 9:34 AM, DGraber460 at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/21/2007 8:38:11 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
> a.sigal at bluewin.ch writes:
> It should connect to 'always live' circuit.
> If I connect to an "always live" circuit the brake lights would be
> on" as this wire goes directly to the lights. Don't I need to find
> the output
> from the fuse panel that is "switched live by the brake pedal"?
> Granted- this _circuit_ must be "always live" independent of
> ignition, and
> the wire going to the brake pedal switch is red with yellow and is
> live". The wire going back to the fuse panel is red with black and
> switched by
> the pedal.
> The loose wire has no connector. Only a bare end which is no help
> in finding
> it's point of origin. Piggy-backing into the wire coming off the
> brake pedal
> switch will indeed work, but I sure hate to do that sort of thing,
> but I
> Bentley shows nothing of the fuse panel output going up to the
> light stalk.
> Why does it go up there? Does flash to pass activate the brake
> lights as well?
> Still thwarted by the superior German electrical engineering of
> the simplest
> circuit on the whole car!
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