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Thread: Another for free, but with a catch: Help me test it -Sunroof switch

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    Another for free, but with a catch: Help me test it -Sunroof switch

    I have the sunroof switch from my '69 that I found deep in the parts bin.
    I don't know whether it works.
    Does someone have the switch scheme, or a testing procedure?

    After that, the same as before, pay postage, it is yours.
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    George you should be able to just use a Continuity tester (voltmeter) from one of the two centers to the outside post. If you have continuity between them when the button is pushed then it works. Repeat for the other side. Basically there's 12v going to center post and the switch bridges the two post and allows current through.

    (ps hopefully someone can use it, I just wanted to offer my .02)
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    Thanks Jos,
    Will check.

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    Checked it, it does close circuits when toggled. Seems OK.

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