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If a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird signals do not work can you hook them up to a toggle switch and which wires would you use?


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2015-07-15 19:31:12
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look under the dash and remove the round brass or silver flasher it will say flasher on it and your turn signals should work with out you rewiring them.


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This depends on the switch. A lot of older fireplaces have a millivolt valve with a toggle-switch sticking out. We usually remove the toggle switch and run the 2 wires that were connected to the toggle to a remote receiver box. This way any simple remote transmitter will act like an electrical toggle switch. Most receivers will recognize hundreds of thousands of signals so this is usually very convenient and takes about 3 minutes to turn a manual switch into a remote switch.

The flasher module may be bad try replacing that first. If that is not bad replace the turn signal cam in steering column. the toggle switch would be very hard to do.

Toggle = back and forth, or on and off. A toggle switch toggles (turns) a light or other device on or off. Good example is a light switch (the wall kind)-- a toggle switch must also be of the "throw the stick back and forth" kind. Which a light switch basically is.

The definition to toggle means to move from one position to another. In a switch it means moving the handle of the switch from the off to the on position. A toggle switch can also be classified as a single pole single throw switch.

you can just use a toggle switch,,,you need a relay capable of the amps it takes for the would connect between the starter and the battery,then you would need a toggle switch preferably a momatary toggle switch to activate the relay.

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Synonyms for toggle: adjuster, dial, knob, on/off, power switch, switch, tuner, push button

Single pole toggle switch.

Yes! Find the wires going to the washer switch and just use a toggle switch in it's place. If you can't locate the wires, you can just run power straight to the motor from the toggle switch. I recommend you use a spring loaded on/off toggle switch, to make sure you don't accidentally leave it in the on position.

One of the main advantages of a push button over a toggle switch is there is less room for accidental engagements. A toggle switch can easily be turned on or off by accident and a push button has to be intentionally touched to turn it on or off.

A toggle switch is like a light switch. You flick (or 'toggle') the switch on or off and it stays in that position until you flick it again. You could compare a push button switch to a key on a keyboard. When you press a key momentarily it will display one letter on the screen. If you hold down the key, the same letter will repeat (e.g. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa). Toggle switches can also look like push button switches. Most power buttons on a desktop computer tower is a toggle switch. The reset button on a computer tower is a push button switch.

it is a transistor used in IR TOGGLE SWITCH. :-)

In the steering wheel column. The hazard toggle switch is connected to it.

99% of the time it's the switch. has an internal short.

I have not seen a standard Chevy Celebrity with a toggle switch under the dash. I would suspect that is something a previous owner installed.

In-between the window and lock switch in the toggle panel there will be a toggle switch that says ASC just hold it down for a second and the light on the speedometer should stay on. that means asc is off.

you can wire the single post toggle switch to the old school 2 wire system, just ignore the ground screw (like the old switch did). no outlet skip the outlet, just use the toggle switch if you want an outlet you'll need to run a ground wire down to your electrical box

its the same yes. ============ Incorrect. Many pickup-selector switches are toggle switches, such as on a Gibson Les Paul. But many, many guitars have toggle switches that do not act as pickup selectors. For example, a Gretsch 6118 Anniversary has a toggle switch to activate a bassy tone circuit. A Brian May Guitar signature has toggle switches for phase options on the three Burns Tri-Sonic pickups, and separate toggles for on/off on the pickups. Some guitars have a toggle switch that activates a mid-boost or volume boost. "Toggle switch" is just a broad term for a family of switches that can serve a variety of functions. Not necessarily for pickup selection.

Run a toggle switch from battery to ign. side of ign. switch.

id have to look to see why but what you can do is get new fans and hook it up to a toggle switch. when you hook the toggle switch up just flip the switch before it gets too hot

Hook a switch up to the remote turn on and ground. Before the wiring for the amp.

It should be a toggle switch right above the radio

No the power comes from something other than the switch.

Try the toggle switch on the top of the steering column

under the dash is a toggle switch that was installed with the alarm, *under the drivers side of the dash you need to put the key in turn it forward not on but forward and turn the toggle switch the other way, if no toggle do the same with the key and hold the alarm button down on the dash, sometimes the light that flashes is a switch....

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