I don't remember how the original key switch was wired but I remember it was spring loaded when turned to the left to pre-heat before cranking. If it was direct to the pre-heater it had to be heavy duty. This push button switch that was added was wired direct and would heat up quickly burning your thumb. I found two replacement switches for a 3000, one for with cold cranking and one without cold cranking. Which do I need? A new ignition switch might be the cheapest way to fix my problem.
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