Random switches and buttons

Gunnlogi

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So I recently purchased a former Marine Corps M1123 and from it's unit designation numbers it came from 9thComm BN. On the driver's side there is a switch that I have no idea what it does or goes to, and behind the passenger seat is what looks like a push button that again I don't know what it does or where it goes. I'm in the process of wire tracking, but I'm hoping one of you guys have an idea what they are! I put pics up, but I'll try to get better ones if I can.
 

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Coug

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I think the thing behind the passenger seat you're referring to is the circuit breaker for the transmission control module.
No idea what the one by the driver's door is.
 

Coug

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There is the chance your had convoy lights or something like that on it. Definitely not one I ever saw before though.
you'll have to trace wires to figure it out.
 

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I don’t have an answer but a similar question...figured better to piggy back off this thread for future search than create a new one.
I have a switch on my M998 that I don’t know what it controls. It has similar black wiring and weather proof connectors like all the other stock stuff. Circled in red.
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Klaeq

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I don’t have an answer but a similar question...figured better to piggy back off this thread for future search than create a new one.
I have a switch on my M998 that I don’t know what it controls. It has similar black wiring and weather proof connectors like all the other stock stuff. Circled in red.
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I believe that might be the switch location for the aux fuel tank...
 
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