[WANTED] 1968 Barracuda turn signal canceler

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  1. richierichpoky

    richierichpoky Well-Known Member

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    I have replaced the plastic switch that can be commonly found, but the part that cancels the signal and returns the handle to center is not working. I need one. Who has a good spare and at a reasonable cost??
     
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    Got it
     
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    richierichpoky Well-Known Member

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    Is there anything you don't have LOL
     
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    69FBCuda Life in the Fast Lane

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    Is something else broken? Sure you dont want to troubleshoot this?

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    richierichpoky Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I think I need to replace that whole Assembly. I replaced the part that is in blue.... but it looks like my trouble is with the part that it attaches to. I guess new ones are available at the bottom of this page Daniel Stern Lighting Consultancy and Supply
     
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    Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

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    I bought the whole thing at year one or Classic (don’t remember which one, one was way cheaper) for less than $40 on sale. Has been working good for about a year. Probably Chineseim but looks good.
     
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