Since I got that working, I then drew up the wiring schematics. I have a 12"x12" PCB board that I am going to use etch the wiring diagram onto. I found a great source for instruction on doing this here (http://electrons.psychogenic.com/modules/arms/art/10/PrintedCircuitBoardPCBHOWTOAnIllustratedGuide.php). I wasn't able to finish to drawings because I need the male 10 pin plugs that will be soldered to the board, but they are pretty close. Here are the two drawings.
|Center Light Cluster including Gear Selected, Turn Signals, etc.|
|Circuit board that carries switches mounted in gear selection quadrant.|
So, once I get the male 10 pin plugs in, I can finish up the wiring diagrams and start the etching process. I also thought about using my 3D printer to print the diagram on the board if the laser printer option describe above doesn't work.