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Old 03-11-2020, 01:30 PM #16
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So wire number 2 on the switch that came with the harness needs to go to the blue wire on your new switch.

Then just ground the new switch

Then just wire the 2 left over wires from the new switch to switched ignition power.
awesome. thanks! could I run the 2 together into a fuse line for the fuse box using a fuse tap? or should I find a better source?

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awesome. thanks! could I run the 2 together into a fuse line for the fuse box using a fuse tap? or should I find a better source?



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No that would be perfectly fine. I would just make sure it is one that turns on and off with the key so light turns off when you turn the key off even if the switch is on.
If your putting the switch in the center console like I did there is switched power right there from the 12v power outlet.
White with a black stripe is positive.

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ok, so here's the actual diagram from my harness. it's the same as the one above, but I guess the ground and power from the switch go directly to the relay...

so does that mean I can wire those straight into the new switch?



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ok, so here's the actual diagram from my harness. it's the same as the one above, but I guess the ground and power from the switch go directly to the relay...

so does that mean I can wire those straight into the new switch?



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You could try. But it will probably keep the light on your switch on all the time. If it keeps it on you will have to run the red wire from the old switch to the yellow wire of the new switch. And the from the new switch the red wire would need to go to switched ignition power to turn the light inside the switch on and off.

Blue from the switch would go to white in the harness.
And ground to ground of course.
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Basically on your new switch the red wire is just for the little light in the inside of it.
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You could try. But it will probably keep the light on your switch on all the time. If it keeps it on you will have to run the red wire from the old switch to the yellow wire of the new switch. And the from the new switch the red wire would need to go to switched ignition power to turn the light inside the switch on and off.

Blue from the switch would go to white in the harness.
And ground to ground of course.
cool. thanks. can I wire the black on the switch to the black on the harness? or should I ground it on it's own?

basically, can I use the harness for red -> yellow, black -> black, white -> blue and send the red wire from the new switch to ignition?

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cool. thanks. can I wire the black on the switch to the black on the harness? or should I ground it on it's own?

basically, can I use the harness for red -> yellow, black -> black, white -> blue and send the red wire from the new switch to ignition?

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You got it man! That should do the trick
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You got it man! That should do the trick
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thanks for everyone's help on this. got it all wired up last night. the only thing is that the back light stays on all the time and doesn't turn on and off with the headlights. if I wanted to be super picky (not sure I care that much yet) and wanted to figure that out, how would I go about it? everything else works great and it looks pretty much factory which is what I was going for.

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