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Thats exactly what I was looking for     FANTASTIC    Thank you          Dielectric grease on the splices???? or not

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2 hours ago, johnnymag3 said:

Dielectric grease on the splices

That would be a very good idea.

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You da man, Richard :text-bravo:

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Title typo aside this thread should be pinned Dick. :thanks: The only one I see missing is the one for the 70 amp solenoidless three term switch. Also if you have the cigar lighter that can be wired off the lighting point. 

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10 hours ago, WHX19 said:

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Fixed it, thanks.

These tend to be some of the frequently asked questions that can't be answered by referring folks to the wiring diagram in the manuals.

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