Quote: Originally Posted by bmblank
Those are awfully small wires for solder free connectors. you'll be hard pressed to find a blade socket that big that will crimp down to a 22 Ga wire (or whatever size that is).
These should work, separate crimps for conductor and insulator. FrozenCPU Quick Disconnect Female Spade Connector - (6.3mm / 1/4") - 10 Pack - FrozenCPU.com
Although a soldering iron is a better way to go, it's your choice.
This picture here has arrows pointing in both directions for on. Which would mean it should have two positions to "make" contact and complete the circuit before returning to the "break" or normally open position.
Seeing how this switch does not have 3 connectors, and it's normally open position is pointing down in this shot, it is not a make-break-make switch. (Or it is broken)
Like the one used here The Mod Brothers • View topic - Installing Momentary Fighter Pilot Switch for Power
If you notice in that link he also attaches the blue wire to the terminal that is in line with it's normally open position, in your case the bottom one in the picture above.
You can always test the switch with an Ohmeter to make sure it is working as it is supposed to. Actually that should be your first move.