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Does anyone know of a part number and supplier, or equivalent part number, for my coach's driver-side air conditioner switch. No number is on the existing one, with only "Indak" and a patent number stamped on it. It is the switch what turns on the compressor and condenser fans, as well as low, medium, high fan speeds.
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Mr. Birtles has them. I think?
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NAPA has them too,you need to look through their switch book and match it up.
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Just emailed Stephen.

Went to the NAPA here in Cortez today, but got the "eyes rolling back" response to some extent, and certainly no offer to thumb through a book. But even if I found a switch that looked the same, with the five terminals, how would I know that it would be an exact switch with the terminals functioning the same as the existing switch?
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i bought them at NAPA.
shaft size is important (wink!)
5 terminals
what could go wrong?
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or,i have a used one i bet,be home in 3 days.
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or,i have a used one i bet,be home in 3 days.
If I don't find a new one, I might have you send it to my buddy in Vegas for me to pick up when I get there. Will let you know.
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Cole-Hersee makes one that sounds like what you need. http://www.colehersee.com/home/item/cat/114/68159-05/

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Kevin, yes that does look like it would work. Thanks. But, how do I know which wire goes to which terminal? On the existing switch one was yellow and the other four were blue.
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The NAPA number for that switch is TWD 6815905

As far as the wire locations if they weren't marked on removal it sounds like a good time to own a Power Probe...
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