Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2001 00:14:28 -0800 From: "chrisnew" <chrisnewnopsamorld.com> Subject: Re: Do all 9000s click when you brake?
Yes, mine does too. Its just a relay on the plate behind the glove box. Chris N Maurice <moxyznopsamz.com> wrote in message news:B6CE5143.5E41%moxyznopsamz.com... > in article JD4q6.550$0S4.73629nopsam2.cableinet.net, C. Solakidis at > i.skevaskisnopsamyonder.co.uk wrote on 3/9/01 5:11: > > > Do all 9000s click when you brake or is it just me having a bad relay? Any > > way to stop it? It is very annoying > > > > C. Solakidis > > > > > Mine sure does, and having spent over a month yearning for its return, I > view the click as a feature, not a bug. It's nice, reassuring feedback that > the brake lights are on when they're supposed to be. > > Of course, one could use the pictogram, since it flashes half the time one > applies the brakes. > > I've heard (well, I've read) other explanations, from relays to vacuum > devices, but at least in my case, the click comes from the brake light > switch. > > On my '89 9000, the brake pedal has two switches, and the lower one does not > click when operated, so I'd say it's possible to have a switch and no click, > but there's an easier fix: > > Turn the radio up. > > Maurice > (please remove the "xyz" from email address -- sorry and thanks.) > > >