So, we've got a blank dash button (lower left). What shall we do with it? I seem to have some sort of need to make it do something...... ideas??? What have you done? You know you've thought about this.
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You should post the link to the manufacturer of the buttons so we can find the right one.I've looked into this for my setup (essentially what you describe.) Right now it is controlled wirelessly but I would prefer a hardwire switch in one of the knockout locations-just haven't had the time/huevos to rip the dash apart to take a look at the knockout-I found the source for the switches that Lotus uses and browsed their catalog but couldn't find exactly the same one..so I would probably just use a push button switch and attach the knockout to it so it looked stock.
Only true for 2012+, not for 2010 or 2011 model years.No. It is just a plate with three round facades. You will have to order the button from Lotus. That has all three buttons on one.
The wire harness for it is there too. You may be able to use the wires.
I know that I am speaking from ignorance here because I don't remember what the Evora buttons looked like (don't own one, just drove one for an slightly extended period ) but the Elise/Exige buttons are manufactured by APEM. You can find them at DigiKey, Mouser, etc...You should post the link to the manufacturer of the buttons so we can find the right one.
Actually they're nothing like that. I have an assembly in front of me right now.http://www.apem.com/files/apem/brochures/switch-pushbutton-AV-ENG.pdf
I'm pretty sure that was it..and all I could figure is that it was one of those that had been ordered to work with their dash as far as mounting behind.