Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2001 17:22:36 GMT
From: Maurice <moxyznopsamz.com>
Subject: Re: Do all 9000s click when you brake?


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.)

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