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Old 05-13-2009, 06:23 AM   #1
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ICC Switch

On my '08 Cayman the ICC switch is on the left side driver's console. The book says it should turn on all exterior lights when the switch is pressed - but nothing happens. I can't find a fuse or relay reference for this function. What am I missing? Many thanks.

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Old 05-13-2009, 07:03 AM   #2
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All it does is flash (shut them off as long as you hold it down) the headlights to let the person that just passed you know it's OK to come back over. If you have another similar button on the right side of the wheel it'll blink just your taillights to "thank" the guy that just said OK using their ICC button. It's the trucker code of polite and helpful. Use them.

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IN my case it won't turn 'em on , but it will turn 'em off when held if I turn 'em on with the headlight switch.
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Good point. Some moho chassis turn just the headlights on whenever the ign is on. Some you have to turn the headlight switch on. Hence, the ICC will flash the headlights as long as they are on - be that by the headlight switch or by the ign just being on depending on your rig.
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