Obviously, the reason why is to keep stock look and switches which I have. I am pretty good at making something easy, hard.I'm sure its possible, but I would question why? This isn't 1999. There are switch brackets that fit the D1 and accept standard Carlisle switches. Looks tight and you're not guessing which cruise switch does what.
Carling, that's it. What Logan suggested is exactly what I was talking about. Let's you run any number of fully customizable switches in the stock location without butchering your dash or having to guess what switch is what.Obviously, the reason why is to keep stock look and switches which I have. I am pretty good at making something easy, hard.
Do you know of something other than what logan suggested, which is Carling, not Carlisle.
Thank you!Electrical diagrams and tips for the fog lamp switch on a Land Rover Discovery. Be sure to read before doing any work or repairs on the fog lamp.www.roverparts.com
Here is the diagram for how the stock fog is wired, all of the other switches should be about the same.
Some are latching some are not.