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Head light switch wiring

Can somone please SHOW me the color wiring for the headlight switch and the diagram for the connector to the switch?

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  • Anonymous Aug 03, 2008

    I need to know how the color diagram looks to re-connect the headlight switch to the connector to a 19913 ford ranger 4x4?

  • redneckchik1819 ababy Aug 03, 2008

    Can someone pleas SHOW me the color wiring for the headlight switch and the digaram for the connector to the switch for a 1993 ford ranger 4X4$

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    I have a disgruntled tenant who pulled my lighting controller apart and switched wires on it to sabotage me i found instruction manual with diagram but doesn't show where dual trigger cables hook up need a tutorial or a good diagram help please

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I hope this diagram works...I'm not great with MS Paint.
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    joro421 Aug 21, 2012

    I've a 94 Ranger..the original connector has a 7 terminals..the "DN" and "IGN" aren't used on the switch..the after market connector I bought has 9 terminals..the two extra wires are the orange w/black stripe and the yellow w/black stripe. Any idea where they go?

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