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Old 03-09-2019, 07:45 AM   #1
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Interior lights

I just got done replacing the interior lights with LEDs and I'm really pleased with that relatively cheap project. On my Beaver, there are 6 recessed lights that run through the center of the living room. Then there are 8 lights (4 on each side) that run just to the outside of the center lights.

Then - I have 2 more lights that are located just above the captains chair and passenger chair up front. Are these lights supposed to be tied to the outside 8 light circuit? I can't find any other light switches and replacing the bulbs to those lights didn't help any.

Anyone know if there is a light switch hiding from me somewhere?
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Not the same rig but our cockpit overhead lights are controlled by switches on the side consoles. They operate separately from any other lights.
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The drivers map light works from the headlight switch. Turn it all the way to the left. The passenger map light works from a rocker switch on the passenger console.
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Thank you! The headlight switch turned to the left turns them both on for me.
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