I'm fixing up my jeep, the LEGOJeep, after an electrical fire and a janky temp job done by a mechanic, so have run across a few questions.
I've ordered a painless wiring harness and realized the ignition switch that was put in after the electrical fire only had 3 prongs on it.
As far as I can tell I should have 4 prongs from looking at the OEM version.
Anyone have any ideas on any issues of 25 amp vs 30 amp ignition switch?
As an expediency and due to budget limitations I have ordered the Painless 80153 which is rated 25 amps. About $19. There is a $52 painless waterproof version # 80529 that is 30 amp, but hopefully I do not require it.
I plan to use liquid tape to insulate the new connections.
I had the electrical fire at the ignition and I don't want to have a repeat.
In part since I just dropped $500 on the 10142 Painless wiring harness.
The tech at Painless really did not give me a good reason for one or the other - besides waterproof.
As I don't have the OEM switch and was not able to order the OEM one from out of state in time for this repair, so I don't know what its specs were.