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rdalcanto 12-10-2010 07:25 PM

Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
The bottom row of buttons in the center panel appears to have a couple of dummy slots in the photos. Anyone know what the part number is for a switch like the heated stearing wheel button? I would like to add a switch for a hidden radar detector install to power the unit on and off.

jeep2011 12-10-2010 07:34 PM

Re: Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
They sell the panels as a whole. Depending on what buttons you want populated. There is no part number or price that I can find right now.

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rdalcanto 12-10-2010 08:18 PM

Re: Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
So what does the number "6" point to on your diagram? Is it not the switch?

Grn4Frk 12-11-2010 02:21 AM

Re: Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
^ that diagram is for the 05-10 WK. Not sure if you were just showing it because it's a similiar part or just an accident.

Question: Your sig says you ordered an Overland which comes standard with the heated steering wheel but I suppose there is that one dummy switch ( which I don't understand why they put it there when there is nothing that can go there). It always bothers me when I have a blank switch/button, makes me feel like I'm missing something.

Milous 12-11-2010 03:43 AM

Re: Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rdalcanto (Post 315523)
So what does the number "6" point to on your diagram? Is it not the switch?

The 2011 diagram is similar - the 3,4,5 etc. numbers point to the same thing, the entire switch assembly. The different numbers are for different models that have a different amount of active buttons. The "6-gang" part # for 2011 is 56046294AB, pricing has not been released yet but I bet they won't be giving them away. I believe that the switches are operated via the CAN Bus so not sure how one would work for powering your radar detector on/off.

wk2overland 12-11-2010 08:22 AM

Re: Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Grn4Frk (Post 315628)
^ that diagram is for the 05-10 WK. Not sure if you were just showing it because it's a similiar part or just an accident.

Question: Your sig says you ordered an Overland which comes standard with the heated steering wheel but I suppose there is that one dummy switch ( which I don't understand why they put it there when there is nothing that can go there). It always bothers me when I have a blank switch/button, makes me feel like I'm missing something.

that blank switch is going to have something to do with the tech package. i forget what.

jonesark 12-11-2010 08:33 AM

Re: Part number for switches on bottom row?
 
^ I drove a tech package overland a few days ago...dont remember there being a extra switch.


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