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Old 10-29-2014, 03:13 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by OG VX View Post
Bump! Hoping for pics and/or more details about using the OEM rear defroster and/or cruise control switch (I understand that they are, essentially, the same switch design; not confirmed though) as a panel mounted, OEM-looking, kill switch.

Can anyone provide details (with wire colors, if possible) about where to run each wire from a factor 92-95 VX rear defroster switch, with a connector/pig tail cut from a junk yard?

If possible, I'm hoping for the switch to be illuminated, but it's not a must.

I doubt there were factory illuminated switches for cruise or defrost for the car you're looking at.

The best bet is to buy an illuminated momentary switch and wire it into a blank switch plate on your car.

I'll probably buy something like this when I figure out how to kill my engine.
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