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Unread 10-22-2007, 09:16 AM   #1
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Default part number for these light switches?

http://www.man-a-fre.com/fjcruiser/f...hfjcruiser.htm

Quote: Genuine Toyota fog light switch for the FJ Cruiser. The perfect addition to complete that custom install. This switch will replace one of your factory blanks and work with just about any aftermarket light set-up.

They should fit the blanks on the runner too.
I think they light up as well. My '90 had one of these in it too I think.

Does anyone have a toyota part number and price?

$70.00 yikes...!
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Unread 10-22-2007, 09:28 AM   #2
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Manafre's price is not too bad as you get the connector and the wire stubs preassembled. I think the switch by istself is $45

But, Google sees all:

http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/forum...em-switch.html
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I'm looking for the thread where I documented the part numbers for these switches. Can someone search them out on the 120 better than me and actually find the part number I posted up please?
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I'm looking for the thread where I documented the part numbers for these switches. Can someone search them out on the 120 better than me and actually find the part number I posted up please?

Here you go Rob....

PT297-35070-SH

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Toyota OE switches and the hols in the dash are "keyed"; so you might need to file a bit to make the switch fit in any blank that was not designated for the fog light switch...

Another alternative is the Tacoma fog light switch - it is a rocker instead of a push-in switch, but it's much cheaper...

Personally, I prefer the Carling switches (like the ones that come with ARB lockers). They have 2 internal lights - one that works with the dash lights, and the other with the switch activation. The Carling switches are available with different color lights and labels, too, so you can match up a set for all your extra circuits.

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Larry, do the Carling switches fit right in the dash blanks on the Toyota dashes?
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Larry, do the Carling switches fit right in the dash blanks on the Toyota dashes?
Just like with the OE switches, you'll need to file off the "keys" they have in each opening to restrict it to a specific switch from the factory. Very simple to do (flat file or Dremel tool and about 5 minutes time), but, alas, necessary...The Carling switches will fit snug, and look great...My FJ is full of 'em, and since they are color-coded and labeled, it makes organization easier (especially for a gadget junkie like me )

You will have additional wiring to do, as the dash light circuit in the switch is independent, and has it's own hot and ground connections...
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I ordered some of the Carling V-Series II rocker switches as the OEM FJ and Taco switches are way overpriced IMO.

I'm using a 3rd Gen Fog switch for my fogs now and it was only around $15 but I'm changing that to a Carling too.
They have about every color and label,at least 10 pages worth, over at OTRATTW . http://www.otrattw.com/products.php?cat=5&pg=2
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Just like with the OE switches, you'll need to file off the "keys" they have in each opening to restrict it to a specific switch from the factory. Very simple to do (flat file or Dremel tool and about 5 minutes time), but, alas, necessary...The Carling switches will fit snug, and look great...My FJ is full of 'em, and since they are color-coded and labeled, it makes organization easier (especially for a gadget junkie like me )

You will have additional wiring to do, as the dash light circuit in the switch is independent, and has it's own hot and ground connections...
That sounds pretty easy to deal with. Just FYI, I believe Carling has switches that share a common ground for both the dash light circuit and the activation lamp which should cut down on the wiring a bit.
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Great link, I just ordered some.
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i just got the blank ones and bought a sticker sheet off ebay to stick on each one.







they are the same switch and cap as used by ARB for their front and rear air locking diffs and compressor.
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I keep bumping on my carling switches in the center console- anyone found a guarded toggle switch that fits the rectangle openings?
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