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darryl

evora
Exhaust Valve Switch

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Anyone have an Evora with the steering column mounted exhaust valve switch?

 

I am after a copy of the wiring diagram?

 

Thanks Darryl

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Hi Darryl,

I have a PDF file with Evora S and IPS from about 2 and a half years ago. Would that help?

Alan

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It's not on the steering column.

 

On the manual car it's the sport button on the dash and on the ips it's the sport button by the gear buttons.

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Hi Darryl,

I have a PDF file with Evora S and IPS from about 2 and a half years ago. Would that help?

Alan

 

 

yes please Alan, I will pm email address,

 

Chris hopefully the wiring diagram will show were I can pick up the correct wires in the loom

 

 

thanks both

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