Ignition Switches

Ignition switches are commonly located in the steering column or in the dashboard of a vehicle. An ignition switch takes power from the battery and directs it to all of the electrical components and accessories in the vehicle. These switches also transfer power to the starter when the ignition key is turned on. The switches offered below are common replacement ignition switches. You can tell when an ignition switch is faulty by a variety of car issues such as the vehicle stalling, all of the lights going dark, or the vehicle does not operate until the key is wiggled from side to side. Faulty switches need to be replaced to restore the vehicle to proper working condition. The switches below also are common in boating ignitions, especially the marine and sealed switches.

The ignition switches offered by Del City are available in three different configurations: 4 position, 3 position, and 2 position. Del also offers ignition switches with both screw and blade terminals. Each ignition switch is made from plated steel or plastic, providing longevity and reliability for any ignition application including automotive, transportation, recreational, agricultural, and marine. Each ignition switch includes two keys. The sealed keyed model features an integral sealed Deutsch connector (DT06-6S) or AT connector (14066100). Sealed areas of the ignition switch feature O-rings and ultrasonic welding. Spring return and anti-restart features are available on some of these models as well. These ignition switches are sealed to IP67 ratings and are tested to J259 rating. Find the install or replacement ignition switch you need today for your application with any of the offerings below.

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