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Old June 10th, 2016, 07:59 AM
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Replacing Rear Defrost Switch

The plastic surround for the lower switches on my ROW 1989 110 has deteriorated. I'm replacing it and at the same time I'm thinking of changing my existing switches to Carling switches.

On mine these are the hazard switch, the instrument lights and the rear defrost. I have these all sorted out except the Rear Defrost. I can't find a wiring diagram that details the rear defrost and the wires don't make sense to me.

Has anyone done this before and if so what Carling switch did you use and how did you wire it up?

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