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Old 02-09-2015, 09:46 PM   #1
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Question about light switches.

We own the '13 351 RLTS. The light switches are smooth contoured rocker type. Anyone know if the connectors are "flag" style or straight? Contemplating a mod but 5th is at dealer for service.
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Old 02-10-2015, 07:16 AM   #2
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Took apart the switch in the bathroom on my 13 Pinnacle and the rocker switches have male blade terminals on the back and the wires have a crimp on female connector. I would think we would have similar switches.
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Yeah, I'm pretty sure they are the same. We're the female connectors straight or did they have a 90deg bend (flag connector)?
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They are a t-tap connector. The female is 90 degrees to the wire. The connector taps into the wire whether it is at the end of the line or not. The ground wire for a multi gang switch is common and will have multiple tap connectors. The positive side will have a separate tap connector for each circuit. Hope this answers you question.
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Are you asking about the ones in the panel or on the walls? Haven't had the walls apart, but the panel has straight female blade connectors to the back of the rockers. Some three wire, some 2. They also use a common wire with the above mentioned taps (there is special name for them). I would get an assortment, worst case you bring them back if unused. There are about 5 versions in my panel being used.
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Yup, thanks guys.
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