Yea, I found part numbers on housing and switch's only so far. Thebig problem is where the wiring harness is.You realize that they are more than just the switch panel? Switches, wiring harness, relay box, etc. You will have several parts to order and a big project to install.
You are likely going to have to give it a few months before the parts lists are readily available. If you want it now you can hit the aftermarket. Make a blend of the factory switches and aftermarket wiring. I used the S-Pod on my FJ and it was fantastic. https://www.4x4spod.com/Yea, I found part numbers on housing and switch's only so far. Thebig problem is where the wiring harness is.
Come on, having just one part number for a wiring harness would make sense. Making sense? Really?Some people reported their bronco‘s having the wiring harnesses in place even though they didn’t order the accessory switches…
I guess I’m not tracking.Come on, having just one part number for a wiring harness would make sense. Making sense? Really?
Okay, but if you want to install factory switches in the same location after the fact will also include a portion of the header they are in. It is not just drilling a hole in an empty spot on the dashboard
Without looking, my guess would then be that certain grades, maybe Mid and High (Lux) come primed for switches?Here. Took me 10 seconds…
Part numbers, wiring diagrams, 7 pages of discussion… including how to check to see if your vehicle already has the harness or not: