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I found a picture of someone put the "AUTO I/C spray" button as well as the regular manual "I/C water spray" button in his RDH V7... in a mag.
(sorry for poor quality, but I don't have a scanner, just a D-cam!

I know... it's a RHD version 7 (bug eye), but it works the same electronically!
Anyone got any ideas on how to get them both to work?
 

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Wire them in a parallel circuit?

It depends how the auto works.... is it like a temperature setting? Or does it just keep spraying until you click it back off?
 

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I replaced my manual switch with the auto switch..

http://www.sti-buki.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=26

I thought about wiring them in parallel but didn't want to have to splice into the wiring loom. The auto switch didn't come with a wiring connector either and I couldn't be bothered to try to find one. IMHO you don't need both. If I want a single 2 second shot, I just push the switch twice quickly. Works for me :D
 

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bitabur said:
Definately no big deal.

I would've done it parallel just for the fun. :)
Agreed, just too lazy!
 

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I have made an order on the auto switch too and will connect it parallel, just to fill out all the unused button slots
 

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If you really want to have a true auto switch, you need this. A switch that's just stuck in "on" isn't a true auto switch.

Sounds perfect for drag racing, but useless for road racing... MRT has a full temperature or boost sensors kit to do it right.
 

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when I was at the track trying to hit that manual button felt nearly impossible :) so having an auto is much nicer so that you can hit it and just drive :)
 

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how did you guys pop off the button? just got my auto and can't pull that button out. did you guys go through the fuse box underneath the button?
 
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