Yes! Very Interested in the PDF (I'll get with you later on it)
Gonna show you a couple or 3 or more pics of what you are up against
Insure you have the straight column ignition switch (tilt is a mirror image of it) See link
I used heavy wire (12 gauge) on every thing except for things with low load (16 gauge). I probably went overboard, I figger better safe than sorry.
I contemplated just using female spade stake-ons and plugging each one into each of the two harness connectors, each female to it's correct position.
This then seemed like a bad idea!
Everything would sorta be backwards in its positions, not to mention being crunched up under the dash trying to figger out the positions, then later down the road one of them coming loose and leaving me searching for the problem.
The one BIG plug in is the best way to go!
You can use any kind of toggles you want
I got these two lighted safety toggles at Radio Shack for about $5 a pop
The momentary switch is spring loaded back to center ("off") and is momentary up or down, whichever way you approach it (starts either position). The one pictured is from Radio Shack, it was not heavy enough in amps (lasted a few weeks). I wound up getting a heavy one from an electrical supply house about $8 (I'll try to find out the amp rating for you). It has 6 male terminals (3 are for one side, 3 for the other)
One set of three are used for starting, the other three are used to verify the brake system is operational.
The original ign switch performs the "Brake test", You and I just didn't know it! While cranking, your brake light in the speedometer blinks real fast. If it does not, either your brake hydraulics may be malfunctioning or your bulb is blown! This test is also checked in places that require inspections.
The third toggle is an off/ on - strictly for security- kills everything- Sorta hid outta site. Also from Radio Shack.
We'll get to the good parts soon!
1) showing you the disassembled ign switch
2) This what we are gonna solder on- the opposite side from the male spades
3) Don't solder nuthin' yet! This sorta what it will eventually look like (I used my old one and had to clean it real good before I could solder). Wait till I get to the diagrams! I am using wire I had on hand, if you change colors, you will have to keep track of which color it takes the place of.
4) the goodies, less the aluminum angle iron mount
I have like 4-5 diagrams on how to wire it (my own drawings), it's been a good while, I UNDERSTAND THEM WELL, I wanna make sure I give you good diagrams that are fully understandable! I think they might impress you (they did me anyway! LOL!)
Your input so far?
'My a good teacher thus far?
Images (Click to enlarge)
Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 AT 6:00 PM