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Old 05-11-2003, 07:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Finally Getting the Dash back in, got one little question

Well, ive got the tub mounted back on the frame, and the tranny tunnel is back in as well as the seats... I finally got around to getting my dash back in and have managed to get all the wires hooked back up where they go....

Heres the question... I have a little switch, has 3 wires coming from it, all very small guage wires, under the dash near the drivers side... What does it do, and it is not labeled "on/off" so would someone look at theirs for me and tell me which color wire is at the very top of the switch, and whether the switch is in the up/down position?

Mine is just dangling and we've switched it so many times I have no clue whether it was "on/off" or what... I can't find it in any of my manuals/schematics, and I thought I read about it once before here but couldn't find anything about it...

Otherwise, the zuk is coming together really well...
1/2 cab, SOS RingeR, Lucky 13, Duals cases with 4.7's in the rear, Twinstick, 85 toy axles, XJ leafs front and rear, 95-96" Wheelbase... Ive been busy with my 110 welder and grinder... Im hoping that after all this wiring bit she'll be running for the first time since september....
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Old 05-11-2003, 10:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have been told it is the switch to turn of the "Engine Service" light in the dash. Supposedly, when the light came on at 30k, or whatever, you would take it to the zuk dealer and he would do the tune up, then flick the switch so the light would go off and be set to light again when you hit 60k or whatever.
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What terrymac said................also, it connects to the back of the instrument cluster.
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Old 05-11-2003, 12:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
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If the wires are red blue and white they go to the service engine light.
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Old 05-12-2003, 01:47 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Finally Getting the Dash back in, got one little question

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so would someone look at theirs for me and tell me which color wire is at the very top of the switch, and whether the switch is in the up/down position?
HMMMM, so what is the answer? Inquiring minds want to know? I'd tell ya but, I'm kinda far away fron the zuk right now.

Hey Punk, I'm gonna get out there this summer and see that thing.
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Old 05-12-2003, 07:16 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Once the switch gets flicked the first few times I really don't think it matters which way you mount it. I mean, once the service light is triggered you just flick it the opposite way (unless this doesn't turn off the light and then you have to figure out the real problem).

But if you want it mounted correctly, the white wire goes to the bottom.
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Sounds good, i could care less that its mounted correctly or whatnot, just wanted to make sure I had it set up properly or whatever.....

NC Zuk, The rigs not done yet, but hey, im hoping she'll be cranked soon then I can get to the steering and tube work.... Im living in Boone, but working on it in my spare time in Salisbury (sp) so thats whats taking so long...
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