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Inukshuk 12-21-2013 06:25 PM

WTB: rear heater switch x2
 
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WTB: rear heater switch x2
93-97 FZJ80, the one with high/lo
Best if you have the pigtail. Going to use this for lights.

nakman 12-21-2013 07:10 PM

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I've got one. From a 60 series though, still a 2-position rocker with pigtail, just not the 80 switch you have pictured. Also have an antenna switch from an 80 with a pigtail, would do the same thing and be more "80-like." Or, perhaps an antenna or wiper switch is more to your liking... here's the stash.

nakman 12-21-2013 07:12 PM

All of those are going to give you an "either/or" switch though, right? So it's either these lights or those lights, not both. Unless you're a more creative wirer.. :confused:

Jenny Cruiser 12-21-2013 07:23 PM

I've got one of those. I think it has the pigtail too.

Inukshuk 12-22-2013 12:26 AM

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Originally Posted by nakman (Post 243809)
All of those are going to give you an "either/or" switch though, right? So it's either these lights or those lights, not both. Unless you're a more creative wirer.. :confused:

I want spdt of dpdt and these are dpdt. In english: On - Center off - On. Lets me wire up reverse and forward lights that can be either on by switch or on by trigger of another switch like reverse or high beam.

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Originally Posted by Jenny Cruiser (Post 243811)
I've got one of those. I think it has the pigtail too.

Sweet!

Inukshuk 12-22-2013 12:30 AM

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Originally Posted by nakman (Post 243808)
I've got one. From a 60 series though, still a 2-position rocker with pigtail, just not the 80 switch you have pictured. Also have an antenna switch from an 80 with a pigtail, would do the same thing and be more "80-like." Or, perhaps an antenna or wiper switch is more to your liking... here's the stash.

I have a 60 series switch (from my old 60, which is cool) that I use for my driving lights that are also wired to the Slee harness. That way the driving lights are either off, or triggered by the high beams. The antenna ones are momentary, and for my project I want constant.

What is the switch by your fingertip and what is the wiper switch? Are they momentary or stay in position? Those might work.

Appreciate you looking!

nakman 12-22-2013 09:44 AM

The one by my fingers is another heater switch, and it stays on.. the wiper switch does as well. They are either from a 60 series or 4Runner, all the same size as your center console coin holders.


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