Yes, YELLOW with 5 gls. and RED with 2 gls. left and a SMILEY FACE with 0 gls.jms336 said:Another improvement I would like is to make the low fuel light blink.
You got that right brother. Your Windstar also likely has 12 volt accesory outlets that supply power without needing the ignition on.johncecc said:After you’re finished, the Odyssey electrical system will be as good as my 98 Windstar.
If your accessory outlets worked that way, wouldn't you run the risk of wearing down the battery, too?Chester_Lampwic said:You got that right brother. Your Windstar also likely has 12 volt accesory outlets that supply power without needing the ignition on.
That depends on what you'r powering. I sometimes like to charge my cellphone, when I'm away from the car. It doesn't draw enough to kill the car's battery, but with the Ody, I don't have the luxury. I'll probably time my accessory outlets too.psu ody fan said:If your accessory outlets worked that way, wouldn't you run the risk of wearing down the battery, too?
Hmm... suspicious. The switch on my '05 turns off all operation the auto entry lights and when each individuall turned on manually.GJSODY said:According to the schematic you posted, turning the dash mounted switch to off should prevent you from turing the interior lights on by pressing on the lens. That's not the case on my 2006.
Thankfully this is much harder to do. That being said, I almost did this the other day.GJSODY said:Let me elaborate on my comment. On my 2006, turning the dash mounted interior light switch to off does not keep the front row map lights or the cargo light from working, but it does inhibit the second and third row map lights.
So, putting a relay in the ground wire at the switch would turn-off the second and third row map lights, but not the front row or cargo area. I have left the front row lights on, but it is normally the second and third row lights.