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Pse W/ And W/o Elontronics Clarification Please


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I am getting ready to have the PSE installed and want to make sure I have this correct:

Without electronics (just mufflers) = PSE on ALL the time.

With electronics and the dash switch = 2 modes? 1 mode where PSE is just like above (on all the time) and 1 mode where it cuts out from 30-45mph.

Is this correct?

If it is correct, then there is no way you turn PSE totally off for any period of time?

Sorry about the last question but I need to be able to tell the wife ALL the options (makes a marriage much happier :D.

If it was up to me, it would be PSE all the time!

Thanks for the clarification,

Dell

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Not exactly...

With the dash switch, I believe the default mode is sport, but it automatically cuts to quiet mode between 30 & 40 mph (there's a hack to disable the quite mode between 30 & 40 mph).

You can use the dash switch to put it in quiet mode at all speeds, but when you restart the car, it's back in sport mode, as above, with the 30 - 40 mph quiet mode.

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You can turn off (mute) with the switch for as long as you want. Before you have it installed, you might want to have the European auto mute not installed. The auto mute can be very annoying. Have the person who is installing to just leave out the four pin metal clip when working in the relay box area. I believe it's relay or connector #23. They'll know what you're talking about when you mention it and they're working in that area. Also, I highly recommend that they use S/Steel hose clamps on all the places where the vacuum lines connect or you'll be back many times until they do put them on. Good luck! ;)

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You can turn off (mute) with the switch for as long as you want. Before you have it installed, you might want to have the European auto mute not installed. The auto mute can be very annoying. Have the person who is installing to just leave out the four pin metal clip when working in the relay box area. I believe it's relay or connector #23. They'll know what you're talking about when you mention it and they're working in that area. Also, I highly recommend that they use S/Steel hose clamps on all the places where the vacuum lines connect or you'll be back many times until they do put them on. Good luck!  ;)

What do you mean whit "they use S/Steel hose clamps on all the places where the vacuum lines connect or you'll be back many times until they do put them on"?

What will happens when he doesn't use s/steel hose clamps?

Can you show me a photo about this?

Thanks Wardhog.

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