In this video wiring guide we show how to wire a 7 terminal vjd1 d66b rocker switch to operate a boats navigation and anchor lights in this extremely common configuration a single switch is . Part c of video 2 discusses the specific configuration of two common switches navigation lights and ignition terminal locations and wiring procdures are discussed. Navigation light wiring ezacdc as you said when the switch is in the navigation position you want the red green light and the white stern light to be on when the switch is in the anchor position you want only the white stern light to be on from the back this switch will have three rows of terminals with two terminals on each row . Re need a very simple wiring diagram for navagation lights you run the negative leads from all the lights to the battery negative or the negative buss under the console the positive side for all lights goes through the switch same concept as in the top diagram in the thread that was linked by don. Regardless of the configuration of your boats navigation lights wiring the individual lights follows a set pattern that requires you to have a fuse in the wire between the switch and the light with some creative wiring and a multi terminal bus bar you can avoid most of the soldering and some of the wiring
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