turn signal dimmer switch

I’ve mentioned before that I’ve deleted the old-school foot dimmer switch. I thought for a while that I was just going to use a rocker switch mounted somewhere on the lower dash. I asked around for options on the lateral-g and pro-touring forums and that led me to this piece from Watson’s Streetworks. It’s a turn signal lever with a switch built into the end of it. It’s a bit pricey but it solves a problem and looks good. Got it installed today but it’s not wired up yet. It comes with a relay. I hate to admit that I spent a WHILE thinking about how all the wiring should work (because I had previously rewired my headlights with two relays at the front of the car). I finally realized that the dimmer relay simply replaces the dimmer switch and the turn signal lever switch is the trigger for the relay. So I think I’ve got it figured out.

Other odds and ends today… got the Autometer oil pressure sending unit installed and ordered a receiver and amp from amazon. I’ll post the details of the audio gear seperately.

1973 Javelin-street, Electrical

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