Just a simple switch, something that breaks contact with your chosen ground point. I used a heavy duty switch with dust boot for the toggle at Princess Auto.I got some questions... What kind of switches would one person need? Just something with 2 prongs on the back? To computer and one to ground? And even with them both hooked in and both activated it will bump it up to 1600 or is there anything else you need to do? Also.. What does it mean 1600 RPM- short B7 and B8 together short?? If you get what im trying to ask.. hehe thank you!!
Yea, there's some morning the polar bears even stay inside around here, but I still gotta work, helps a lot with gettin the engine to fire on all cylinders quicker, and also, added warmpth.Excellent directions, and excellent post.
I have a high idle switch and I use the heck out of it in the winter with my 18:1 engine. She needs a little kick in the morning to keep her awake. Warms up quicker also, BRRRRR.
You'd have to look at what relays or switches and what wires do what, where they go, etc on an electrical layout to figure out what you'd need
Maybe if you figured a way to use a second "cargo lamp" switch to opperate the idle, you could use one of those.Are there any factory switches that fit the blanks? When I used to drive class b, my C8500 had a push button for high idle, but that used the old interior. A nice, factory looking button for just one RPM range (1300 would be all I'd need for faster warm ups and jump starting) would be sweet.