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Turn Signal Switch - Manual, OE Quality, 66-73 Ford Bronco

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Turn Signal Switch - Manual, OE Quality, 66-73 Ford Bronco
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Fits: 1966-73 Ford Bronco
Condition: New
Part Number: 3791


Price: $29.95




Description
New Turn Signal Switch for 66-73 Ford Bronco Factory Steering Columns with Manual Transmission. If you are unsure if your steering column is 66-73 or 74-77 style, look at the side of the shift collar and check for an emergency flasher switch. If there is no switch on the side of the column, you need the 66-73 Turn Signal Switch. If there is a switch on the side, you will want to buy our 74-77 Turn Signal Switch.

Turn Signal Switch Wiring Information

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Review by: Kevin, Jul 4, 2014, star star star star star
I just replaced my turn signal switch in my 1970 Bronco. It replaced the old one perfectly, but I do have a few suggestions. First, realize that the ends of the wires replace the old ones in the connector and you need to match them up. I cut off the old wires several inches from the connector and took pictures. I also drilled out holes in an old board and put the old wires in the same order. I used a piece of weed-eater cord to run up the steering column, tied on a fishing line and pulled it through and left plenty to make a large loop. I then used the fishing line to pull each wire through one at a time. It gets tricky getting the last several wires through, but it does work. I tried several times to get all the wires to go at once, but I had no luck. Tom's does have a listing of which wires go where if you mix some up.
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