Re: Military Light Switch
On 6 Sep 2005 20:03:33 -0700, "Ex-MOD 110" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
scribbled the following nonsense:
>I am in the process of restoring a 1984 military 110 and I am
>converting several items to civilian spec. I would like to remove the
>center military / convoy switch and put it over to the regular light
>switch. Has anyone ever attempted such a switch over? Is the military
>harness much different than the civilian harness? Any suggestions?
>Thanks in advance!
Depends on whether you want to remain original. The lightweight I
recently restored benefitted from a new loom, but I left the military
wiring switch in place.
With the the military switch, all you have to do is plug the wires in
the back, while the conversion will require considerable
headscratching to make sure the correct are energised at the right
Military switches also cause much amusement to MOT testers, especially
when they switch it to convoy mode after testing the headlights, and
then notice that there are no brake lights, but a single white light
from the white plate on the rear diff!
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