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    i noticed there are a few jumpers on the pcb, i think these are the correct jumpers to configure my shutdown time with, but im not sure. I have the 90 watt model. I would ask Kris, but its sunday and i doubt he is workin. Any of you know?
    2007 Honda Fit Sport 1.5L SOHC-VTEC

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    Originally posted by binary.h4x
    i noticed there are a few jumpers on the pcb, i think these are the correct jumpers to configure my shutdown time with, but im not sure. I have the 90 watt model. I would ask Kris, but its sunday and i doubt he is workin. Any of you know?
    there are two jumpers. One controls the weather to allow stdby (keep power for stby/disconect power) and the other the shutdown timer (10sec/20min).

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    • #3
      which is which?
      here is a pic to help http://gallery.mulcahy.org/index.pht...g=Dsc00992.jpg
      btw, i would like to thank naevity for the pic
      2007 Honda Fit Sport 1.5L SOHC-VTEC

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      • #4
        Originally posted by binary.h4x
        which is which?
        here is a pic to help http://gallery.mulcahy.org/index.pht...g=Dsc00992.jpg
        btw, i would like to thank naevity for the pic
        The one that is open is the timer:
        open = 10 sec
        closed = 20 min

        The one that is closed is the stdby control:
        open = remove power after shutdown/hibernate
        close = don't remove power (allow stby).

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        • #5
          thx
          2007 Honda Fit Sport 1.5L SOHC-VTEC

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