[WANTED] 67-69 turn signal switch.

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  1. clementine

    clementine Flight risk FABO Gold Member

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    Hey FABO,
    Im looking for a nice turn signal switch with the pigtail OR information of what you guys are running/happy with. Floor shift car if it matters. Need to get the lever as well. I hear that the re-pop stuff is questionable. My current has a few issues and I think I could do better, hopefully for not a lot of cashola? Am I dreamin?
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    thanks FABO
     
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    I bought one a few years back off eBay. It worked, but was missing the plastic plug on the end. I ended up using one from a 70s truck. No problems so far.
     
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    clementine Flight risk FABO Gold Member

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    Hey GD3,
    Thanks for the reply. Did you get the truck one new? Ebay?
     
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    SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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    I'll check I'm sure I have one.
     
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      Sorry that was unclear lol. I got the 68 Dart switch off eBay, but had to use a truck plug on the terminal end.
       
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      I have the original one out of my 68 fastback , I thot it was bad after the total rewire and replaced it , turned out to be a lower contact in the lower end that I switched from the E Z chevy plug in to the mopar harness plug , that I had in the wrong position .
      U would need to graft the lower steering column plug onto it , no biggee.
       
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      I carefully removed one from a 67 column intending to ship it the the UK for a member here. Tested it, good to go. Then just before boxing I decided to use compressed air to blow some of the dust/dirty off it. The tiny spring under the horn contact was so rusty that it took flight. I could only apologize to the buyer. Glad it broke here instead of there. My point being beware of 50 year old parts.
       
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      Yes, agreed, i am rewiring the car. Using old but nice parts can be a bit Russian roulette-ish. So, what did you guys use to replace? Did you use re pop? If so, where did you source it? I'm tryin my best here and although i know ill have to go bavk and redo some of this stuff, im hoping to minimize these situations.

      Thanks fellas.
       
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      SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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      Pm sent
       
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      Darlene Spiegel Mopar Dar

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      Do u have a part number? I have a lot of switches inventories
       
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      SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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      I sent him a pm about one I have 9 days ago. Never heard from him.
       
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      Sorry SGB, I got distracted. My switch is in driver condition and probably usable. I do not know the OEM part number, and I dont know if there is a NOS out there. My question is, where are you guys getting this part from? Is is a quality part? Or do you just get the EBAH one and call it? Again, apologies for the lack of response.

      Thanks!
       
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      SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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      I sell parts. Mine came out of a 69 Dart I bought.
       
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      Contact member slantsixdan

      He has made in USA reproduction turn signal switches for a ‘69 Dart for a decent price.
       
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