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New OE Turn Signal Switches '62-'63 and '64-'69
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Author:  SlantSixDan [ Thu Aug 29, 2013 9:41 am ]
Post subject:  New OE Turn Signal Switches '62-'63 and '64-'69

Brand new OE turn signal switches, newly made according to the Chrysler blueprints by an original supplier to Chrysler. These are not the cheesy Chinese knockoffs currently being sold by the outfit in Wisconsin, nor are they the crude, low-quality Chinese items Shee-Mar is now selling, and they are not "can-be-made-to-work-and-fit-almost-sorta-mostly-OK-if-you-trim-and-drill" items. They are the real deal, with the correct snap/click switch operation feel. Two types are available: the kind with the flat spade terminals for '62-'63 cars, and the kind with the box-and-point terminals for '64-'69 cars. Application is A-bodies, B-bodies, C-bodies, and Imperials without tilt steering column.

Continue living with a loose and sloppy, worn-out old switch and wonder if your brake lights will work today, spend $140+ on the Chinese or Shee-Mar junk, spend $200+ on a new old stock switch…or buy one of these new-new-stock switches off me for $101. $9.90 postage within the lower 48 states make sthe total $110.90. I'm shipping out of Seattle, WA. Please send me a PM if you'd like one.




Author:  pishta [ Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:08 am ]
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Dan, can you post a link to an exploded assembly diagram for these? I cant figure out one washer setup. My return action on the fingers is too tight, or sloppy loose. I think I missed a fiber washer or something. I rehab'd it so long ago that its not fresh in my old mind anymore.

Author:  strummin67 [ Wed Oct 16, 2013 6:04 am ]
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Do you have the switches for '61-'68 trucks?

Author:  SlantSixDan [ Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:06 am ]
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I don't have switches for the '61-up trucks, no. And the switches are not meant to be taken apart -- if one is disassembled to the point an exploded view diagram is wanted, it probably will not successfully go back together. Keep in mind, the action on the switches before the "lane change signal" feature was introduced is supposed to be a very positive snap/click into place. It's a big (and sometimes alarming) change from the sloppy action of a worn-out switch, but it's normal -- though the switch should not bind; if it does, slightly loosen the screw that holds the turn signal lever to the switch.

Author:  nuttyprof [ Thu Jul 03, 2014 5:59 am ]
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I have one of these in my 62 Valiant and am pleased with it. It installed easy and works perfect!

Author:  a100gary [ Tue Nov 01, 2016 2:00 pm ]
Post subject:  OE Turn Signal Switches

I have an '65 A100 Pickup. Would these turn sig switches work for my ap? Do you still have them?

Author:  gdizzle [ Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:49 pm ]
Post subject:  I am ready for one

Dan, I am ready to order the switch. how do we do it?? $105 to your Paypal?

Author:  SlantSixDan [ Tue Jun 13, 2017 1:16 pm ]
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I'll send you a PM. Anyone else who wants one: Please send me a PM.

Author:  Ratcityrodder [ Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: New OE Turn Signal Switches '62-'63 and '64-'69

Id like one for my 68 a body barracuda.. I live in Seattle.. can i meet you and pick
One up? Thanks
Brian Loewes

Author:  SlantSixDan [ Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: New OE Turn Signal Switches '62-'63 and '64-'69

Hi, Brian. Send me a PM and let's work it out.

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