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wallify Mar 21, 11:24pm - #422383 
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4 places for swiches

Does anyone know what toyota had planed for those 4 places in the dash for stock swiches? Rear defrost is 1, but what are the others for?
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combatc87 Mar 21, 11:34pm - #422384 

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Could you clarify a little what you're talking about?

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wallify Mar 21, 11:48pm - #422385 
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Im sorry its not the rear defrost its the pass window lock. Next to and underneath that there are 3 plastic covers that obviously were intennded to hide were a stock swich for something would be.
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wallify Mar 21, 11:50pm - #422386 
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Lower left side of the stering wheel under the light dimmin knob thing
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KickScrew Mar 21, 11:50pm - #422387 

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One is for when you have HIDs you can control the angle of the beams. I dont know about the others
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wiredthief Mar 22, 4:13am - #422388 

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my nitrous switch is going beside passanger window lock...how many more hrs tll fri?? lol...switches are neat

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renfield90 Mar 22, 8:56am - #422389 

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I know several alarms put their blinking light in those spots...
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wallify Mar 22, 10:29pm - #422390 
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so what are the other 2 intended for?
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drivethru1986 Mar 23, 1:00am - #422391 

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i always throught they were there so people could put their own swiches there.thats just me i could be wrong

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Happy Birthday Erick Mar 23, 1:00am - #422392 

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extras i guess confused

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combatc87 Mar 23, 2:34am - #422393 

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Next to the window lock is where the factory alarm light is (at least in my car). The two lower ones (smaller and point down a little) are accessory slots. They are meant to be used for switches for nitrous or neons. At least Toyota did something for the aftermarket people.

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hombredelassrtas Mar 23, 2:46am - #422394 

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I said the hell with those switch plates and drills some of my own spots wink
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