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Old 06-19-2013, 06:56 AM   #15
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Location: Birch Run, Michigan
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switch wire location

Hello everyone! I've been reading all the posts on the ignition switch problem, and would like to ask one question. Can anyone take a picture of there ignition switch wires when they are attached to the switch. Some of my wires actually fell off the switch and I don't know the proper location for them all. The plastic holders melted off the wires on a long drive, and I could smell them but couldn't figure out at the time where the smell was coming from. When I did find the problem, I must have pulled on some of the wires when digging for the problem and I don't know where they all go. I must have something right now since I can start and drive the unit, but I'm not positively sure.

I have a 2002 P-32 workhorse chassis with the 8.1l engine. I'm getting ready to put the relay and a new ignition switch in and want to do it right the first time so I don't cause any more problems. As it is now, sometimes I have to jiggle the wires to get my a/c to work and the fan also. I also noticed it also controls the hydraulic leveling jacks and I think it might have something to do with the parking brake (another problem I'm having).


Ken & Leslie Melnik
2002 Damon Challenger 335
Birch Run, Michigan

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