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I have this little switch that lives in the center compartment in between the seats with the cigarette lighter and I have no idea what it does.

I just read the owner’s manual cover to cover and there was no mention of it.

What say the lambo talk brain trust?!

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Man that's sweet (the whole car). Orange will never be the same in my mind... but then again, it's not just orange.
Definitely looks like an add-on
So you asked them at Cats... might have to get in touch w/ previous owner, assuming you already experimented flipping it back and forth while the car's on, and not ready to go tracing wires yet. Could be anything, even as silly as a interior/exterior microphone switch. I got a car a while back I swear it belonged to a youtuber. There were wires and plugs running here and there I never identified, but there were three microphones I found and who needs that many??
 

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has to be aftermarket. Can you trace the wires back to the source? I’m sure it will be a pain in the ass…..
 

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Looks to be like a jammer. See if you have any sensors in the front of the car. My yellow svj had something similar.
 

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I assume nothing happens with you flip it? You did flip it didn’t you?
 

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I found out what that switch does!

It opens the valves in the exhaust to keep the muffler bypassed!!

Thanks for all the suggestions everyone!!
Well there's a perfect example of personal preference because there's two ways to accomplish that goal. Hard wire a switch as such. It can be alot of work to R&R everything necessary to run the wires, but you don't have the disadvantage of the other way where you need to carry a remote or keep it somewhere within reach. (or ever have to replace batteries or lose it) hmmm, more disadvantages than I thought in retrospect...... oh well, they're pretty much open all the time anyway
 
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