We all know that the “on” switch is the one that you flip to turn on the car, but what about the “off” switch? How does the “off” switch turn off the engine? This is a common question that people have asked me over the past few years while we were building our new home.
I have no idea. I remember having a lot of conversations with our engineer about these things. For instance, our engineer had a really good idea to put a switch in the garage that would turn off the lights from the garage when the garage door was open, so that the lights in the garage were turned off when the garage door was opened. I’m sure he even had the plans for the switch ready to go, but none of that seemed to matter.
Well, it matters, but not in the way you think. The garage is connected to our home’s electrical system, and the garage door is connected to our home’s electrical system, so we don’t really care about the lights from the garage when there is no garage door. All that matters is that the garage door is closed. All the lights from the garage are turned off. When the garage door is opened, they turn on.
There is an electrical circuit in the garage, which is connected to the garage door. And as we all know, garage doors are opened and closed by turning on and off a light switch in the garage. It’s not really like the lights are off when there is no garage door, they are just turned off. It’s like turning on the lights in the garage when the garage door is down.
I think it is because the garage door is not actually closing, in fact it is opening and closing. The garage door is just a part of a larger circuit. And the lights are just turning on and off a switch in the garage. The garage door doesn’t actually close when there is a garage door.
It’s a really cool idea. When I first heard this I thought how cool it would be if I could get car lights to turn on when the garage door is down. That wouldn’t be so bad, because the garage door can just be a part of a larger circuit and could go on and off automatically, but I’m not sure how that would work.
First, I am not sure how car lights can be turned on and off automatically. However, if the garage door is down, it can go on and off, so there is no problem. Second, I am not sure why they wouldnt want the garage door to automatically shut off when the garage door is down.
Maybe just a cheap hack of some kind, but I think they should include an option for the garage door to go on and off automatically. The garage door could be a part of a larger circuit that is powered by a microcontroller, and just the door could turn off one minute and on the next when the garage door is open.
We’ve all been there, and are all guilty of this too, but the real reason you may not want to do this is because you can’t rely on the garage door closing when you leave it open. This is a common problem that occurs when you open your garage door to leave, only to discover that the door was open and you left your keys in your car. We’ve all been there.
This is not a problem that can be avoided by just installing a garage door opener, however. First, the circuit will be on for an extended length of time because the garage door is open. Second, when you get back inside your garage, the garage door will close. Weve all been there, and so are you.