Old 27-10-2013, 07:08 PM   #1
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Dear all aerocabin owners/ex-owners out there! Please help and share your wiring diagrams for the roof control. haven't had a chance to have a look at it yet, so not too sure what's there. But just wondering if people could share how they wired theirs up to a switch or what ever setup they have so I have an idea when I decide to attack this Thanks - Kieron
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Old 31-10-2013, 04:12 PM   #2
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There are 2 motors. One for roof and one for conpartment. Get 2 switches. Window switch type n run the wires to each. So u can open and close each. Just becareful not to start rge roof without the conpartment open
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window switch type you mean just on and off switch? so does that mean with the switch on, once it has opened all the way, will it stop, and next time switched on reverse and close itself?

or would it need a two way switch, one to run it to open, one to close it?
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2 way switch. So it sits in the middle and then u would flick it to the left to open the compartment. Then with the second switch flick it to the left to pit the roof down. Then back to the first switch to flick to the right to close compartment
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But u want switches that dont just stay to the left or right that spring back to the middle. Cause if say the compartment is closed and it keeps outting powwer to it. It will burn out
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