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    Default TC / Sport Button - 'plug & play'??

    i have a tc switch coming its way to me and as u prob al kno, have a wanted thread up for a sport button! was just wondering is there any particular way or order u have to install ie. do u just plug the switch in and thats it, if its wired up to work, it will??
    'plug & play'??

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    It is as simple as that, plug it in and see wht happens!

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    pull out the blank and check to see if the female connector is in place first
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    yep some work ...like mine did ....others dont even if you have the plug.........beauty of it is it will light up anyways

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    mine didnt Ian am i right in thinking that plasma also knows how these wire up
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    Use a large bolb of "blu tac" to remove the old blanking plug. A lage blob pressed into the blanking plug when pulled will remove it without any damage to the trim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobssignum View Post
    mine didnt Ian am i right in thinking that plasma also knows how these wire up

    not to sure about that Bob ....you need to ask dean.

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    In case i didnt mention it properly to you Bob, yours will work. You need to get the switch and i need to retrofit you a little loom from that switch to the ABS ECU to activate it. Once the weather warms up a tad we can spend an afternoon getting the wiring sorted out for you

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    I did understand it dean what i was asking ian was ,did you also know how the sport button was wired up .
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    so what does the sport button do on the vectra ?? does it change the suspension etc... like someone said they do on other cars.. ?? is it specific models that this can be tried on.. take it club is a no no lol..??

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