Got a DRE shift light for my birthday (my wife is a star - no socks for me!), and having rummaged around under the dash I think I've found a couple of spare connectors to get switched live and earth, but nothing spare for the pulse signal. I'm probably going to have to tap into the wire in the loom for the tacho.
Has anyone used Posi-Tap connectors for this? Seems that they are widely used for motorbikes (lots of mentions of them on motorbike forums) and apparently are resistant to vibrations and moisture. Looks like a good solution if I want to remove the shift lights in the future, rather than soldering and shrink wrapping.
Found a short video of the posi-tap in action (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TA3q_8UYpm8) - looks like it could work?
Also, just checking that I've got the right wires in the pics below. Those are the two spare connectors I found - I got very excited at the one on the left until I got closer and realised the wire is grey, not white
The one on the right I assume is the green & black (live and earth) that I need.
This is the tacho loom - I can see the white wire with black flash right in front - there are a couple of other white & black wires, but I assume its the white wire with the least black on it?
Car is a 2015 Roadsport (I think ex -academy).