while it feels perfectly normal to press in a button to activate sth :lol:
So this is the wiring post.
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Another curious observation, look at the dash photo in one previous post, all the switches are in off position, but they are switched up! One of those little differences between UK and the world Apparently light switches in apartments follow the same rule, in UK up=off, down=on, and the opposite everywhere else. I couldn't reverse them here, some of the switches aren't toggles (like the washer), and I didn't want to have the icons upside down. But the long-handle toggle switches on the right side of the steering wheel (high beam switcher and flasher) I did reverse, switching them down to turn on just doesn't feel right.
All sequential gearboxes are like that, so it's more comfortable to change gears with weight transfer; braking pulls your body forward and accelerating pulls your body backwards.I don't get what you mean, where's the conflict in logic? It's this kind of switch:
No, no it doesn't. Up is comparable to forward. I would never put forward-off and backward-on. Unless it's shifter in a rally car, maybe