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Old 04-29-2011, 03:01 PM   #1
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OTRATTW Switches

So curiosity killed me today and i ended up breaking my fog light switch. I really like the OTRATTW switches and was wondering if they were basically plug and play. Meaning how many prongs do they have on the back and if they would plug right into factory wires?


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Old 04-29-2011, 03:31 PM   #2
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Old 04-29-2011, 03:46 PM   #4
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no i want to get the ones in the picture, the Carling Tech V-series rocker switch

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Old 04-29-2011, 09:36 PM   #5
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No, the Carling switches will not be "plug and play". If you want to avoid splicing wires, you'll have to buy a factory switch.
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Wouldn't these just need to slice a pos wire for power to both lights? Or does it envolve alot more.
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Here is my wiring diagram for all my switches. Did get the ARB "like" ones?
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05TacoSport,

My dealer told me that I had to buy the whole dang wiring assy to get the fog light switches...do you have a p/n, so I can tell these dull witted non-entertaining money grabbing part attendants?...just saying. Or, do you have any of your switches with p/n's posted so that I can see the look?

Also, do you have a p/n for the brackets and jack that you mounted to your tool box? I have the toyota one with the plastic lower, but I'm sure that it would hold up just fine with a couple pairs .063 steel plates for backing on the inside to distribute the weight.

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My fog lights run of the OEM switch. And a junky-as it sounds I used big self tapping screws and mounted tool box to the rail system in the bed of our trucks. 3/8" self tappers worked fine for me. They a screwed into the rail not the bed of the truck. Sorry I'm no help
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Thanks 05tacoSPORT,

Sounds good, I'll work it out...and by the way sweet-ass job!
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Sounds good, I'll work it out...and by the way sweet-ass job!
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WOuld these fit into a normal hole where the foglight button would be?
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So curiosity killed me today and i ended up breaking my fog light switch. I really like the OTRATTW switches and was wondering if they were basically plug and play. Meaning how many prongs do they have on the back and if they would plug right into factory wires?


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Where can you buy these types of switches? This is exactly what I've been looking for.
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Wiring Question

I just bought a V-series rocker and was wondering what wire to tap into for the dash light circuit? It is for the switch light + .... I am using the switch for a set of HID retrofitted Hella 500's and love the look of the rocker switch.
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Got it!
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May I ask where the OTRATTW switches are made? I want to keep my 4runner as un-Chinese as possible, so if I have to buy Whelen switches to do so, so be it. But I LOVE the looks of the OTRATTW switches!
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Old 10-19-2012, 02:00 PM   #19
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May I ask where the OTRATTW switches are made? I want to keep my 4runner as un-Chinese as possible, so if I have to buy Whelen switches to do so, so be it. But I LOVE the looks of the OTRATTW switches!

Stop copy pasting that into every switch thread there is!
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May I ask where the OTRATTW switches are made? I want to keep my 4runner as un-Chinese as possible, so if I have to buy Whelen switches to do so, so be it. But I LOVE the looks of the OTRATTW switches!
Bro please go to the top of your screen and use the google search bar and type in otrattw. After that go to their website and click on their history. If you can't find that page there is a contact us page call them.
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