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Im trying to replace switch in my snap on polisher using a replacement compatible de walt switch but in the process i lost the wiring position, can you help me with tht I will appretiate it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Bob, You will get some nonsensical responses to your post, just refuse them or rate them TFT and IA when appropriate.
We do have experts in this area if you will be patient enough for them to discover you post. And, actually, you could also post in the Free Forum as well.
From my experience which isn't current but years old. Black goes on L, as you probably guessed. Then I would use yellow on 1, orange on 2 and purple on 3.
If your fan doesn't start on highest speed, cycle through tugs until you get high speed and then note how many tugs to get the slowest speed. This then will tell you which wires are fast and slowest. Lable those and reposition them on the switch. As you probably know, the highest speed should be on first pull from the off position.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Check the number on the ECM . If it has the number 1228253 on it that is your problem. They had a cutting off problem while driving. Get one with the number 16198264 on it. The 1228253 is junk and gm replaced them with 16198264.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
figured it out myself and didn't cost me a freaking dime. Thanks for nuthin.
You should say it costs money up front to ask questions in a post, before all the time wasted posing questions and descriptive information.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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