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RGMartin

05-20-2013 05:00:01




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At $40 plus you would expect they would be right. 1st one you had to be very deliberate about turning it off as hard as possible, otherwise you would come out to a dead battery the next morning as it would leave the plow light on. I wasn't happy with this, the dealer was more than happy to replace it. The replacement just leaves the plow light on all the time. I should have quit while I was ahead and left the bad switch in place, at least it worked in the "off" position.

The one from 2 years ago for my 770 works fine, except the terminals had to be tweaked slightly to get it to plug in.

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4435

05-20-2013 06:37:04




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 Re: A&I 70 series light switch... in reply to RGMartin, 05-20-2013 05:00:01  
I got a light switch (A&I) for the 4490 a year ago works and fit fine. Was planning to get one for the 970. The only difference I could see between the two was the circuit breaker. Tom



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RGMartin

05-20-2013 07:23:31




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 Re: A&I 70 series light switch... in reply to 4435, 05-20-2013 06:37:04  
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On this one in the 970, I just installed a new Napa breaker.

I looked at a new switch at CIH, after this fiasco. It appears to be the same switch. Maybe A&I has the seconds, still $85 for the CNH part is hard to swallow. A little more money and I can plow with night vision.



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1370rod

05-20-2013 05:29:44




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 Re: A&I 70 series light switch... in reply to RGMartin, 05-20-2013 05:00:01  
The light switch for the 70 series is still available from CNH isn't it? Might be costly but at least should operate correctly. Got a fuel sender recently from A+I for a 2590, it worked but had to be modified to install. I don't get it, this stuff should not happen, Rod.



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Alan K

05-20-2013 06:13:39




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 Re: A&I 70 series light switch... in reply to 1370rod, 05-20-2013 05:29:44  
It seems most things are that way anymore. It makes a person a little "upset". Years ago things were made to last, now they are made to sell whether they work or not, and if not you might get a new one to replace it, sometimes after a person complains enough. Somethings even if a person wants to spend a little more money to get good quality, the quality still isnt there.



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