Waltco LiftGate Switch

Waltco offers a diverse range of lift gate switches, each serving its own purpose.  As always please consult your liftgate’s original manual or the manufacturer to ensure order accuracy.  Every Waltco switch sold on LiftGateMe is a new OEM part provided directly by Waltco.  We do not sell after market parts unless fully disclosed.  Additionally, you may find that on some product pages we provide which Waltco series lift gate the switch will fit.  This information is provided by the manufacture to assist you in finding the correct product id.

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The famous and best selling Waltco Super Switch (80000425) is unfortunately out of creation.  Waltco seized making this switch over two years ago, leaving us to offer an OEM premium replacement which they now offer.

Waltco replacement switch 80001431 for 80000425

Waltco replacement switch 80001431 for 80000425

There are several switches which replace the former, but if you have a tuck under you’re in luck!  The new part number for all tuck under style gates is switch 80001431.  If you’re unsure of which switch you need, contact us with the serial number and model of the lift gate (this is the only way we can find the correct switch you need).  For all tuck under or 9 inch, 3 wire, simple toggle replacement switches, please order using the link to the left.

Waltco super switch replacement

Waltco super switch replacement






Waltco LiftGate Switch

Waltco Super Switch

The most famous and best selling switch by Waltco is the Super Switch (80000425).  This is sold special on our site for under $70.  This switch can be replaced quickly and efficiently.  You may find that your Super Switch has a teardrop, lever on it.  This switch was known as the Waltco Super Switch II.  This no longer exists.  Waltco has reverted back to their original two button design for superior operation and long lasting service.  And if you’re wondering why your switch has 4 wires instead of three, don’t worry, Waltco covered the conversion in their one-page-handy-dandy-instructional-diagram which we mail out with LiftGateMe.com_Add2Carteach switch.  For those of you with the two button version, it’s just as easy to replace.  For more information and to order click the image to the left.


Waltco lift gate Open Close Switch - 80000844

Waltco Open/Close Super Switch

The open close switch is, for all intentional purposes, the same model as the raise lower super switch (80000425).  This item fits a few different series by Waltco, so please consult your owners guide.  If you feel that the words open/close would be more effective for your drivers and employees to use, then you may opt for this switch over 80000425 and 10099300.





The coil switch is a great accessory for those needing the extra reach Waltco Coil Switch - 80000423while operating their lift gates.  Whether you are a sole operator or like the convenience, this option will allow you to operate the gate within 10 feet.  PLiftGateMe.com_Add2Cartlease see this product’s page to ensure that this item will fit your Waltco model.


Waltco toggle switch 75089808The sealed toggle switch (Waltco Part Number 75089808) is a two position switch included in four lift gate models.  This high quality, high impact switch is made by a division of Honeywell to meet the severe weather conditions and temperatures.  Because of its design, it is important to replace original parts with only OEM parts manufactured by Waltco themselves.  LiftGateMe.com_Add2CartPlease visit the product page for more information and appropriate models.


Waltco Lift Gate Switch - 10099325

Waltco Lift Gate Switch – 10099325


This switch remote with plug socket is part number 10099325, and has replaced previous part numbers of 34075010 and 10099302.





As always, please consult your original lift gate’s manual or the manufacturer to ensure order accuracy.


2 thoughts on “Waltco LiftGate Switch

  1. Bill James


    I need to replace the switch on my Waltco liftgate. Mine is the lever type which I understand has been by 80000425. What I don’t understand is how this installs as there is only very short leads coming out of the truck box and the connections to the switch are embedded in epoxy.

    Thanks in advance for your help.



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