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What wire color matches the number on the switch?

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Diagram pressure switch


Is the part the correct one? Whatever the part is!

You ALWAYS take your old parts to the store
to match them up,unless you buy on the internet

Because the wires are a different color,doesn't mean
the connector isn't correct & the part is not the correct one

Is the question only about wire color & not fit & form?

Parts do not always match the vehicle harness color

Feel I'm only telling you what you already know or can see
& figure out

Jul 15, 2014 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How to replace a 3 speed pull chain


Open following link for illustration and instructions:
As a general rule, the new 3-speed switch has to have same number of wires (either 3 or 4).
The new switch and old switch have to match electrically, which means the old and new switches have to be tested with a continuity tester or multimeter (both testers available at local hardware).
Testing is necessary because wire colors do not always match and because each pull chain can activate different wire or combination of wires.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Cooper-277-pilot-light-switch.html#3-speed

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Changing switch box to universal remote but the number of wires don't match switch out hunter model 85464 switch box for hunter universal remote model 27227 060 but the number of wires done match and odd...


Hi. Your best bet here it to call Hunter directly as they have people on hand with all of the schematics who will assist you.

888-830-1326
Monday – Friday 7am – 7pm CST
Saturday 8am – 5pm CST


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Jul 22, 2010 | Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And...

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I have a 1989 sea ray boat. Does it have no power to the coil?


If you look at the coil you will see small wires on either side. One side is a ground and the other is power. Depending on the brand of outdrive you have the wires are color coded.

You should be able to see the color of the wires on the "Plus" side at the coil. Then follow the wiring loom back to the switches hanging by the shift cables on the engine. There are also wires on the UP/DOWN safety switches of the outdrive.

The outdrive must be down somewhat for the safety switches to release the ignition LOCKOUT. This is done because the driveshaft will snap if you start the motor with the outdrive up. Look for matching color coded wires to match the small hot coil wires.

The switches on the shift cables will LOCKOUT the starter solenoid so you can only START in neutral. Look for the color coded wires from the coil to see if they are on the correct set of switches. It is possible someone made a redundant connection and combined the ignition with the starter cutoff.

May 01, 2010 | Boating

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Can't match color wires to thermostat codes. I'm replacing my thermostat and I have 6 wires coming out of the wall but can't match colors to proper connections on thermostat. I have an electric heat pump.


Make sure you have a heat pump thermostat. Standard stat wire and stat wiring are as follows.
  • R to red
  • W to white
  • Y to yellow
  • G to green
  • O/B to orange
  • C to blue or W2 to blue
Your wire colors and stat brand and model number would be more helpful if this does not clarify. Repost with additional information and I would be glad to help further.

Oct 06, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Match color coded wires


Ask the person who sold you the sensor. They should have the info. Ebay sellers frequently post connection info on their web sites.

Sep 26, 2009 | 2004 Saturn ION

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OK I HAD A BAD LID SWITCH ON MY KENMORE WASHER SO I BOUGHT ONE THAT LOOKED EXACTLY LIKE MINE. WHEN I GOT HOMWE I FOUND OUT THE PLUG IN WAS DIFFERENT. IT HAS THE SAME THREE WIRES ALL MATCHING COLORS. SINCE...


Look at both switches for markings by the contacts or wires or on the switch itself.

NC = Normally Closed connection
NO = Normally Open connection
C = Common connection

If the colors match the markings on the switch you should be good. If they do not match wire colors, match the markings NC – NO – C marked on the switch. Also make sure the voltage and current ratings are the same or higher than the original switch.

Sep 10, 2009 | Kenmore 22422 Top Load Washer

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