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Apr 3, 10:34pm - #434311 
question about electronic toggle switches

a while back i have made an ashtray panel with 5 switches

now its been sitting there until i get my lighting set up
now i was looking at the switches (see pic)

now how do i wire lighting to it??

now the obvious is stated

can i wire all switches(+) together to go to the battey?? andwire all(-) to a ground?

and on the "on" acc is that where i put the(+) of the acccesory iam putting??and then can i put its ground along with all the ground wires(can i use one ground for all my lighting??)
i know its confusing but i hope you guys can help

pics would be great for those who have accessories with toggle switches

thanks a lot peeps

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Apr 3, 11:02pm - #434312 
y can wire all fomr battery but i woudl deff put a fuse on theere somewhere. i hooked most of mien off the cig ligther fuse smile What you do is:

1. put the lights too ACC
2. power source (battery) to supply
3. if you want the leds to light up use the gornd to somewhere connected to the frame. a good place is right behidn the driverside kickpannel si the big metal plate. just gorund it to one of the bolts back there smile
4. you can ground all ur lights to that smae spot as the led.

This is waht i have done, it maybe wrong adn unsafe but i am not electrician wink so i jsut ghettorigged mien smile

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Apr 3, 11:02pm - #434313 
Supply volts is from battery positive or a key on hot circuit.
The On ACC is power to the device you want turned on
The ground is for the light in the switch to get ground and illuminate!
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Apr 3, 11:09pm - #434314 
This better? rofl rofl rofl

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Apr 3, 11:29pm - #434315 
rofl rofl not really rofl

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Apr 4, 5:57am - #434316 
im an electronics tech,just do what they said and youll be fine...whats the worst that could happen???...

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Apr 4, 6:54am - #434317 
Originally Posted by maingear
Supply volts is from battery positive or a key on hot circuit.
The On ACC is power to the device you want turned on
The ground is for the light in the switch to get ground and illuminate!
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Couldn't have said it better myself...


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Apr 4, 7:02am - #434318 
i would use fuses one on the power wire to the switches that is equal to all the outputs (i.e. neon 5 amps, stropes 2 amps,= 7 amps ) then also put on each indivdule circut

may seem like over kill but it will save a lot of time down the road if something ever happens


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Apr 4, 7:42am - #434319 
Originally Posted by drkramm
i would use fuses one on the power wire to the switches that is equal to all the outputs (i.e. neon 5 amps, stropes 2 amps,= 7 amps ) then also put on each indivdule circut

may seem like over kill but it will save a lot of time down the road if something ever happens

how do you add a fuse??
can someone post a pic of it??

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Apr 5, 11:50am - #434320 
^ You just put it in line with the power lead.


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