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On/Off Rocker Switch With Seperate Momentary Switch


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mpsticks 
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Posted: October 17, 2018 at 7:02 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote mpsticks
So I'm working with the led caution strobes that you can buy at AutoZone. Most of them come with wireless remotes now days but I purchased some a while back that were hard-wired and were controlled using rocker switches. The switches were a side by side set up with one switch that turned it on/off and the other being a momentary switch that you pushed to cycle through the flash patterns. This little dual rocker switch assembly was mounted in the end of a 12 volt plug thing that plugged into your cigarette lighter. Long story short, I wanted to mount the rocker switches into my dash and took it all apart but I didn't pay any attention to the wiring setup. Now I cant figure out how to wire the dang thing(s) back up and make them work. Is anyone familiar with or does anyone know how to or have a wiring diagram for this dual rocker switch setup? I know it's probably super simple but when it comes to this kind of thing I'm not the smartest. Thanks in advance.

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