Originally Posted by shift10gears
Thanks laybackman for your help. My email addy is firstname.lastname@example.org
just in case. Maybe there is a service manual out there for download? so the pink connector is for front or rear defroster? what is connector imag1263 that says qc10 on it used for? so since my accessories are working the ignition switch is still good? is there a way to check it? so I don't have to buy another one? or do I just move it up to see if that solves the problem of it not starting with key to on position. If I need another switch can you please send a ebay link of right switch to buy. I think the rust is from my soft top not being on right. I found water in the jeep from when it rained. I will fix the pink wire with butt splice thanks for that one. what about a problem with my blinker arrow light staying on the digital dash screen. how do I fix that. also my dash lights for mpg, tach(main dash gauges), gas and water(above shifter gauges) don't work. I know they are in two different areas but do you think they are just burned out blubs gauges? last question is the horn and starter relays under the hood in the main distribution block? once again sorry for all the dumb questions, trying to fix this jeep up for my son it was suppose to be a graduation present until they stole it. I'm just try to fix it before he goes to school. btw thanks and thanks for everyone's input
That pink plug is for the rear defroster switch for a hard top. BUT that does you no good IF the tub harness does not have the wiring for the rear defroster.
I have ne freakin' memory as I am old and abused. So any picture of a plug is important if it is of the wires going into the back of it and a side shot or two and most importantly a shot of the face of the plug. Keep in min d that if you cannot find a plug for it to plug into it is probably not used on your particular setup currently
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