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Old 05-02-2019, 04:25 PM   #1
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While doing a tune-up on the engine yesterday, I found this button attached to the lower drivers dash. It says "Rally" on it and it is a momentary single pole switch. I tried to follow the wire and it disappears way up behind the dash. See attached pics.

Has anyone seen this before? I am afraid to push it because I have no idea what it is. Alarm? Engine disable? I'm not gonna chance it at this point. Looks to be aftermarket, but might be RT OEM.

Anyone?

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Old 05-02-2019, 04:31 PM   #2
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If it is momentary contact, it is likely a "boost" function for starting your engine with the help of the chassis battery. If so (and if it is working), you will hear a click when you press it as the isolation relay closes

If it is not momentary, there might be aftermarket fog lights or some such.
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It powers up the Turbo Encabulator.

















No, really, I have no idea, but the fog light scenario seems logical.
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