Once again into the (electrical) breach (24v trouble light)

kendelrio

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OK all... revisiting this, as I'm offshore and have time to think about it. (At home I have no less than 10-12 projects going at any time... ) I didn't even have a chance to open the box and look at this, so I messaged my sweet lady and asked her to take pictures for me.....

Ok...

Here's the light:

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I did manage to look under my dash, and I have this 4 pin connector:

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The light has this type of connector on it (I think @Guyfang referred to this as a "Q" type connector in the last thread).

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So.... here's my question: What am I going to need to get this light operational in the sense of connecting it to the 4 pin connector?

As always, many thanks in advance.
 

Guyfang

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Not me! I am Innocent in this particular case.

But, maybe someone here who has the right light and plug can look, and tell you the part # from the plug. Baring that, you can remove the socket and look for the part number on it, and then ask the company that makes it what the part number is for the plug. Or, look in the -24P for that part number, and that will give us a NSN and a good lead where to look for the plug.

Then you need to look at the wire diagram, and see what pins are 24 VDC+, & 24 VDC-. Hook them up and you are good.
 
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