Here is the wiring harness pulled down and into the old ash tray
area. I had not anticipated quite the "bundle" of connectors in
this rather small area. Although I had plenty of room for the switches, it
got a bit more cramped once the wires were attached to the back of the
switches. For now, I am leaving it as is. I might rethink this setup
a bit and see if I can get a better fit for the switch panel (or change out the
panel for another one.
Here is the switch panel with the 15 odd wire connectors
attached to the back of the switches. As you can see, it adds to the
overall depth of the switch assembly. I hadn't counted on quite this much
added to the depth of the switch.
Here is the switch panel buttoned down and in place (with the compressor switch turned on). It will do for now, but I still might visit this part of the project at a later date and see if I can get a better fit overall.
If you wish to explore another option for controlling your ARB air locker, there is a manual air valve that can do the job too.
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