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Old 05-14-2012, 06:30 PM
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Headlight switch

The headlight switch broke in my '60 F100. I'm having a hard time trying to find one, anyone know where to get one?
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Fordmaster My parts book shows switch #C0DF-11654-C

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NOS 60 61 Ford Falcon Headlight Switch C0DF-11654-C 1960 1961 | eBay
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Possibly. Does the fuse block attach to the switch?
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I don't know anything about a 1960 switch. I just googled the part number.
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Basically the F100 headlight switch & Falcon headlight switch is the same part?
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Possibly. Does the fuse block attach to the switch?
Yes, the fuse block sits atop of the switch. This switch utilizes the tabs you see in the Ebay pic to plug into the bottom of the fuse block.
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I bought one at LMC
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