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Old 10-24-2013, 07:08 PM   #1
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Tri-toggle switch instalation, MK1

So I got a tri-toggle setup... Thought it would look good and give me the option of adding/ removing accesories as I go along with the life of my SVT. I had made a traction control delete setup a while back that hooked up to a single toggle, I removed it and replaced the fuse and then connected my footwell led lighting to that same toggle. Well now that I have the tripple toggle I can have them both hooked up and have a extra one for anything else I want to eventualy hook up. I took a lot of pics throughout the entire process, btw I hit the wrecking yard and got a extra fuse panel cover so i didnt hack up my original one... What do you guys think?... Enjoy-


































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Old 10-24-2013, 08:36 PM   #2
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^ My first though exactly! I'd hit them things all of the time! Followed by what if I need to check a fuse on the fly

This is were I put mine, It's serving the porous of a remote wire by-pass. I could put another right by it if I needed to, or above, or below... It actually hides behind the steering wheel really well. Had plans on making it flush but never got around to it...



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My old toggle was on the obd cover and i never hit it. There is more room than ud think with it being there and really doesnt get in the way at all (im 6' tall), i like the look it gives the interior too. I made the wires a lil long so i can still pop the cover and have pleanty of room to check/ change fuses.
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I have ungainly long legs, even for 6-2, personal problem I know.
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I like it, what are the screws on your OBD cover
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I like it, what are the screws on your OBD cover
Lol, the previos owner did that... Not sure what he had there. When i had my single toggle i made a aluminum plate that mounted where he had the screws since they were already there. It was a little too low for my liking so i took it off but left the screws, didnt want to leave two holes...
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