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Old 05-02-2001, 08:42 PM
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I need a headlight switch with fuse box. Frustrated that Ford
discontinued this part and can not find substitute.
Can only get head lights, no running or brake lights and only one prong works.
Previous owner screwed up wiring and nothing is right.
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Old 05-04-2001, 09:52 AM
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Hi, You can purchase a new headlight switch for your 1960 at any of the reproduction companies. Here's a few.
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I'm in the same boat as Pat. I can find light switches, but no fuse blocks. Anyone got a line on any? Or maybe how to rebuild the one I have.
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I'm in the same boat as Pat. I can find light switches, but no fuse blocks. Anyone got a line on any? Or maybe how to rebuild the one I have.
Might have more success by posting a new thread in the 57-60 section, rather than on a 12 year old thread in the wrong section.
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ETC2NA I'll give you credit for using the search tool. (when that post was made, us fridges were considered part of this forum)
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I know the wiring changed between 59 & 60. Does your fuse block separate from your switch, the earlier ones didn't so some of us have added after market fuse blocks.
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