Turn it off or switch it on with these Painless Rocker Switches! Perfect for replacement or customizing, these rocker switches are not only distinguished but versatile as well. Many styles and light colors to choose from to customize your way!
Contour Rocker Switches
These rocker switches are not only great looking but practical. The covers are interchangeable so each switch can be customized to each user's taste and function. Each switch is sealed and fully protected from the elements.
OEM Fitment Rocker Switches
Maintain an original equipment look with these stylish rocker switches. Fits standard full-size cutouts found in GM, Ford and Toyota. Water resistant construction makes them perfect for marine, Jeep and RV use. Cut-out dimensions of 13/16" x 1 7/8"
Replacement Rocker Switches
For all those special lighting applications you want controlled by a sleek looking rocker switch. Cut-out Dimensions of 13/16" x 1 7/16"
Mini Rocker Switches
These are the same switches used in the Mustang hide a panels. Availble in red, blue, amber and no-light(momentary). Cut-out Dimensions are 1 1/2" x 1/2".
Good for 24 volt system?
I am looking for a one way diode. I am going to use for my navigation/anchor light set up and it needs a one way diode. Can this product be used?
what is the rated amps
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