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    Any spare switch out there for sale.



    I need two also. Ed


    It’s been 6 years since I got a switch for my 1930 “C” 4 door sedan. I wanted the lights to come on when either of the back doors were opened. It has the same look as the original except it is in chrome. I painted it black. I can’t remember the source, EBAY, Napa, or the well known Antique Auto Supply company down near San Diego. Manager is ‘Beth’. Some one will give you the proper name. They are in our Parts and Services section.


    Are you thinking of Restoration Supply Co.?

    I’ve purchased stuff from them in the past, they’re in Escondido.


    Thanks Gents


    Restoration Supply is correct. Ask for Beth.



    Have you tried to clean the contacts in the switch you have? Open up the 2 metal tabs on one side and remove the back, clean the contacts with fine sand paper, wipe on a thin layer of Dielectric grease and put it back togeather. Jim


    Jim, It is missing the inside parts.

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