Vehicle wiring systems transfer electrical current from one automotive component to another. Automotive switches open or close the electrical current running from the battery to electronic devices or systems inside and outside the vehicle. Vehicle flasher relays and turn signal switches help repair or replace wiring that controls stop, turn signal, and tail lights as well as auxiliary, flashing warning lights. Automotive harnesses and pigtails help configure a vehicle's wiring to provide power to electrical systems such as exterior lights, instrument panel controls, and controls on towing vehicles. Automotive relay sockets control the flow of energy from the battery to other parts of the vehicle. Face plates and mounting panels provide a pre-cut space to mount a toggle, rocker, or push/pull switch into a control panel. Gear boxes house the wiring that allows vehicles to shift gears.