This is a variant based upon the idea that I could save some time from not having to take the dash apart. I am not sure if I did that, but at least I have another neat switch in my cockpit. I decided to place a switch to control the pop-up relay. I cut the power wire and placed a new wire to each end and then ran those into the cockpit. I connected the wires to a toggle switch that I mounted in the center console near the active areo switch. The way it works is: if you turn on your lights or use the manual pop-up button with the toggle switch in the on position, the system works as normal. If the toggle switch is in the off position then the lack of power to the relay switch will not activate the relay, thus no pop-up. This variant cost about $10 more than the other way, but it has more control options. Plus you get to spend all the time you like in Radio Shack. I tried to document the procedure on my ’92 1st Gen. Some of the pictures are a bit fuzzy but I think you will get the idea.