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B61 Defroster Circuit Diagram


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I am looking into replacing a switch for the defroster circuit on a B series.  I know the original switch was a 1 ohm 3 position switch, but need to see a circuit diagram to find a suitable replacement.  Does anyone know where I can find one for the defroster circuit?

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My B61 the switch for the heater fan is the same switch for the defroster fan. Yours different?

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A switch on the left side of my dash was replaced with a toggle switch, but I saw that some like mine had an extra hole with a knob I couldn't identify.  I found out through researching various pictures of B series that there was a defroster switch in that hole.  I will get the information from the Mack Museum to find out more about the switch.  Not 100% sure it originally came on my truck.  Even if it didn't, I will pass the knowledge onto others.  It is my goal to return my truck with some minor upgrades to as close to original as possible.  Always fun to learn something new.

 

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only the B series with the bigger heater with separate defroster fan had the switch and most i have seen were back wired right off the heater switch. i don't think there was a separate circuit for the defroster.

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