I have GEICO. It's always been great. I don't think that I pay much either.
I want to install some aux switches in my overhead console. Here is what I was thinking:
- The glasses cubby is getting clobbered. I don't use it and the cover is almost flat.
- I want to control the fan mod and small between-the-tow-hooks light bar upfront.
- I want a reverse camera override and compressor power for the rear.
- I do NOT want to deal with a crap-ton of wires running to the overhead console.
So... I have the following parts:
- (1) Quad Aux switch bank (shown below)
- (2) smallish Nema 4X enclosures
- (2) 2-channel 433MHz radio transmitter/receiver pairs
- (4) Automotive relays
My plan is to:
- Mount the Aux switches in the glasses cubby.
- Connect (2) switches to each transmitter and power it all from the overhead console.
- Put (1) receiver in each Nema 4X enclosure driving with (2) automotive relays.
- Mount (1) receiver/relay box next to the hydroboost reservoir and (1) on the frame at the rear of the truck.
- Wire my gadgetry into them.
So... my question is: Does anyone else think that this is something that they would be interested in? I can either just solder it all together or do a proper printed circuit board layout. I'm leaning toward the board layout regardless, but I'd definitely go that way if anyone else was interested.