I am replacing the instrument panel, and with it all of the switches, indicators, and breakers. So far, the mystery is a replacement for the fuel pump switch. Older models, at least the J- and K-35, have a three-position switch, up=ON-Emergency, middle=OFF, down=On-Low. New model Bonanzas have a simplified 2-position on/off fuel pump switch.
The POH never differentiates between the three switch positions in practical use. It is either ON in certain situations (starting/prime or emergencies or problems). Or OFF (not used).
1) Can I replace this switch and resistor with a simple on/off switch as in newer models?
2) If I need a 3-position switch, what switch model/number, and appropriate resistor do I need to buy?