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Offline SkippyThBushKangeroo

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beddy light switch
« on: January 12, 2015, 07:46:51 PM »
hi groovers.. a question?? is the pull out light switch on a  beddy dash the same format as a holden pull switch ? as have lost low and high beam cept for spotties on high (  had to point the spotties down to get home the other night ) or is there another light switch that can be adapted ??  has been the week for  things to happen ...half km from home yesterday morning took the corner into my road an, bang  ??? snapped a rear wheel axle  :o sigh never a dull moment ay... thanks for any input in advance guys cheers skippy 
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Re: beddy light switch
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2015, 08:23:42 PM »
im sure even if any switch has different plug connection etc it would still have the same amount of connections so just about anything could be easily adapted if you can find a direct fit.
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