Tell you the truth, I can't remember where I got the button. I've had it in there for 2 years now. Just get a copy of the ignition wiring diagram from the dealership mechanic and it should be pretty easy to figure out. I didn't wire mine up, so I don't have a clue.
If you want to buy that button, then just go to the Honda dealership. You can use the one that is in the S2000. God, we keep stealing parts from the S2000. Anyways, any Honda dealership should have it, and you can just wire it in. Some people on ebay have already soldered wires to it, and they sell it like that. If you buy it from the dealership you will have to solder three wires to it. I'm thinking about getting one too once we get the install figured out. The button also lights up. I need to figure out how to wire it in so it doesn't bypass my security system and I'm thinking about adding a hidden killswitch. err... that's what you deal with when you live in the city...
I've never seen these except in pics of the S2000 so I have to ask.
What's the point??? I'm probably missing something but here's my assumption. You still need keys, correct? Otherwise someone could just break in and take off by hitting the button. Maybe you don't have to turn the key and just stick it in or something?
It just seems like an un-necessary extra step to get on the road, all for the sake of saying, "oh cool I have a button!" But again, please tell me if I'm not understanding how it works since I've never really looked into these before.
Well, its really just eye candy. Its easier to just put the key in and turn it, hitting the button is another extra step. I don't even do it anymore. The main reason I put it in there is I don't smoke and I don't allow smoking in my car, but alot of my friends smoke. I thought it would be a good idea to remove the cig lighter altogether, and the button just happens to fit in the hole perfectly with no modifications, so why not put something there?
roger that... You still have to turn the key to the "on" position, press in the clutch and then press the button. It is extra hassle. It's just "cool" factor, and eye candy. Why do people put body kits on or paint their interior?? It's fun, and it looks good.
For example, you have the blitz front... Why do you have that? It probably is harder to drive around with that thing on vs. stock. But, it looks frekkin nice!! The "cool" factor is worth the extra effort it takes to negotiate speed bumps, car washes, and driveways. Well, the button has "cool" factor too, at least for me, and it doesn't hinder anything, so "why not?"