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Headliner Rocker Switch Installation

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13 Oct 2017 03:27 - 13 Oct 2017 03:35 #185154 by zukebob
I saw that one of the Bigjimny members (credit to sponnie) installed rocker switches in the headliner near the rear view mirror.



Has anyone else located switches here? Before cutting my headliner, I would like to know if there is any modification required for the switch spades.

Thanks

I started out with nothing & still have most of it left
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13 Oct 2017 17:21 #185183 by Riccy
There is a fair bit of room behind the area in that pic so i would think its possible. Isulated spade connectors would be a must however!

I made my own variation with a home made vaccum forming machine which works pretty well, apart from being a bit far back...




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14 Oct 2017 00:18 #185199 by zukebob
Thanks for the feedback Riccy. Looks like a well done setup.

I started out with nothing & still have most of it left

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