|04-17-2010 01:07 PM|
|04-17-2010 08:30 AM|
What do you use the one with the music note for?
|04-17-2010 08:16 AM|
|bato||What kind of work are we talking? Some filing or what?|
|04-16-2010 10:21 PM|
|otrattw||Easily, no. They will require work if you plan to install them into the OEM slots. On the flat area to the right two switches will fit, btw.|
|04-16-2010 04:31 PM|
|adkjoe||so you don't have any switches that fit a 2006 easily then?|
|04-16-2010 01:15 PM|
The lights in these switches are bright but I was referring to the upper light. On the switches that have the lower light independent there isn't a problem. (any switch that has the beginning product code V1D1J66B)
|04-16-2010 12:13 PM|
|04-16-2010 11:56 AM|
|04-16-2010 11:48 AM|
|04-16-2010 01:13 AM|
Those are Carling Tech Contura II rocker switches. Blue Seas and Cole Hersee also market the same rocker switches.
There are a lot of switches available that will work.
|04-15-2010 10:02 PM|
What type of Rocker switches are those? They look really nice!
Can any type of Rocker switch fit?
|04-15-2010 07:08 PM|
In the 1997 to 2002 TJ's the switches fit into the OEM bezel with little or no filing on the bezel itself. Here is a couple of photos of an old setup I had in my Jeep:
In the 2003 to 2006 TJ's installing the switches requires a lot more work to install. I don't have any photos of the switches installed on a 2003 TJ but I know there are several out there on the various forums.
Regarding that warning. It is only on switches that have the upper light in the switch independently wired and could possibly be attached to the dash light circuit on a TJ. There is enough of a gap between the rocker and the switch body that could expose your eyes to the bare incandescent light at night. Been there, done that. Trust me, they are bright.
|04-15-2010 06:52 PM|
|Bobthegod||Heck do you even want a switch? Why not just use the relay and cut into the headlights so when they go on the fogs go on also. Who cares if they're on all the time? They're just fogs....no? This is wayyyy cheaper if saving money is the object. Myself I prefer the switch....but you may not. Good luck, I'm sure it'll be fine either way.|
|04-15-2010 06:22 PM|
I have that same question. I have 3 spaces that are filled with temporary blocks that don't do anything. I don't no how to take them out, or what they are used for.
Are those the spots wear your supposed to mount switches too?
Thanks in advance.
|04-15-2010 05:54 PM|
|03 RUBI||Here's the pic I think Jp was referring to.|
|04-15-2010 05:27 PM|
|rbraden1970||The problem with the factory one is that if you are going to wire up aftermarket lights the factory switch doesn't stay in the on position the way it is designed. I had to open it up and work on it a little so that it stay in the on position otherwise it pops back off.|
|04-15-2010 05:23 PM|
I got one from Rock auto that fits in the factory spot and lights up.
RockAuto Parts Catalog
|04-15-2010 04:26 PM|
|Six Gun Matt||
I don't personally have these yet, but I will when I install my lights. Some of their switches have a note that says that particular model shouldn't be installed on the OEM switch panel, but I am assuming that all of the switches that don't have that note should be good to go. I have seen a couple of people's rigs with these installed in the OEM switch panel, just make sure you order the right ones.
OTRATTW is on this forum from time to time, and they seem pretty approachable. I am sure you could email them or call them with your specific application.
|04-15-2010 01:46 PM|
Six Gun Matt,
The switch looks great. One question though - Does it fits in space already provided for switches or I will need to drill hole in the dash? Thanks
|04-15-2010 01:15 PM|
|Six Gun Matt||
You could always order a rocker switch from OTRATTW, here is the info I have collected:
|04-15-2010 12:54 PM|
|life iz good||I bought one from the local auto parts store for $5-$10 and it works perfectly fine. I agree, definitely don't waste your money on the factory switch. If you want one that matches the others you should look at Quadratec! Good Luck!|
|04-15-2010 12:47 PM|
I wouldnt waste your $ on ordering the switch that will just fail in a few years. All you reall need is generic toggle switch from any auto parts store, soldering iron, shrink wrap, spool of wire, wire cutters, wire stripper, and relay.
I know someone posted a little diagram on here but I just cant find it. It is a real simple install though.
|04-15-2010 12:16 PM|
TJ Fog Light Switch
I am trying to install fog lights on the stock bumper of my tj. Let me know if someone has a Fog Light Switch. I called dealership and they said $84.
What other parts do I need than listed below:
1. Fog Lights
2. Fog Light Switch
3. Fog Light Wiring
?? Anything else.
Also I couldn't find a write-up on DIY for Fog Lights. Thanks in Advace and have a good one.