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I was going through some old pics, and I thought that I'd share, to help keep the ideas flowing in everyone's heads.

In my 88 Trooper I had several additional switches. On the left I had a switch for the video screen, and for the ac compressor. On the right I had 3 factory switches for driving lights. On the front of the console I had 5 switches, for various things like the inverter, and a rear light. At the bottom is a pic of a pair of switches and additional cigarette lighter sockets on the side of the center console. Somewhere I have a pic of my ARB locker switches, which replaced the factory cigarette lighter, but I can't seem to find it off-hand.

The left site:


The right side:


I also put 5 switches on the front of the console:


Switches on the side of the center console:


-Tad
 

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Tad, two quick questions. Where did you get the switches that fit in the factory holes under the radio. #2: How did you fasten that little plate where the rear defog switch goes after you drilled out the studs to fit the rocker switches?

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The switches on the left hold that plate on. They have plastic nuts on the back which I installed after I drilled the holes out. Those switches are available at radio shack, both lighted and plain black. The switches to the right of the heater controls I bought new from Isuzu. They weren't cheap, but they fit perfectly.

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Yea, it was a lot going on. It all worked too. Things are a little bit simplier in my current Trooper.

I don't have a clue what the part number on the switches is. I just ordered 3 more fog light switches for 88-91 Troopers.

-Tad
 
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