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Ok, my longer post did'nt get any answers, so i'll try i shorter version.

My headlight switch is broken, and i want to replace it with a switch panel.
The connector looks like this

and i 'm not really sure what the cables do here. since the switch is broken, i can't measure my way to sucess either.
The info here says:
B1 - Red w/Light Green Tracer
B2- Pink w/Red Tracer
B3 - Light Blue
D - Pink w/Dark Blue Tracer
H - Light Green
I - Tan w/Orange Tracer
P - Light Green w/White Tracer
R - Black w/Yellow Tracer
U - Black w/Light Blue Tracer

but not what they do. On another thread regarding a van from 98 (which seems at least to have the same connector layout) it says this:

CAV CIRCUIT FUNCTION
B1 A3 12RD/WT FUSED B(+)
B2 F33 14PK/RD FUSED B(+)
B3 G26 22LB KEY-IN IGN. SWITCH SENSE
D M3 22PK/DB CARGO LAMP DRIVER
H L2 16LG HEADLAMP SWITCH OUTPUT
I E1 18TN PANEL LAMPS DIMMER SWITCH SIGNAL
P L11 16LG/BK FLASH TO PASS DRIVER
R L7 16BK/YL PARK LAMP SWITCH OUTPUT
U G75 22TN LEFT DOOR AJAR SWITCH SENSE

This is a little more helpful, but is it the same on a 89? And, i do not really understand how i should wire this up.

Am i mistaken if i think like that the B1 and B2 is just voltage incoming, B3 is voltage incoming when key is inserted (and/ord turned?).
D, cargo lamp driver... Some kind of lightening in the cargo?
H, headlamps output
I, Backlight for dashboard? I guess it's ok to just put a switch here?
P, Do not understand
R, Parking lamps?
U, The door buzzer - should be on when lamps are on?

If i understand this correct, i should have a switch for D, H, I, P(?), R. the U i can connect to the headlight switch since this will not buzz when lamps are off. And, am i right when i suppose that B1 and B2 is just power in, and that B3 is power in with key, and that the rest is just power "out"?
 
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