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Lights On Buzzer

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by slomofo, May 17, 2019 at 6:52 PM.

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  1. slomofo

    slomofo Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering, how do you fit a little piezo buzzer that sounds when you’ve left your lights on but switched off/keys out?

    I’m getting old and forgetful and keep missing the little green sidelight tell tale - my name is in my shirt just in case.

    Any Sparky Boffins with an idiots guide?

    ‘04 Td5 110
     
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    Shirley a simple relay and buzzer will do it?
     
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    slomofo Well-Known Member

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    Quite probably, but Electrics are wizardry to the likes of me!
     
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    Just off the top of my head
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    I got one from vehicle wiring products years ago which came with simple wiring instructions.
    Triggered by the door switches .
     
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    I’m useless at electric string and wiggly amps, but as @Scooby22 says a simple relay energised by the ignition will suffice. I suspect you just need to track down the correct wiring to butcher :D
     
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