Makes sense to use power mosfets. Yes, I see from the schematic that the click is done with a "buzzer." Was thinking of wig-wagging the turn signals for a hazard vehicle while parked. Might be just as easy to tie in to the L/R switch to do it. That's a simple and safe pull to ground. Thanks again.The interface from the Combination Meter Assembly to the actual lamps is solid state, I would think most likely MOSFETs. By the way, The clicking you hear from the turn signal is not coming from a relay, it's coming from the buzzer in the Combination Meter Assembly.
Here is the schematic with the cruise control information.
Hi, searching the internet I found this information, it is very graphic but we must check it ...Works perfectly! Thanks to whipaway for the el. diagrams.
I have added two cables.
- One (positive) between ECM pin 40 (blue cable was already there but I don’t know where it ends) and steering wheel spiral pin no 1.
- Second (negative) from steering wheel spiral pin no 2 to ground.
Dashboard lights works as well.