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06-02-03, 09:14 AM   #1  
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A little help ova here?

Any thoughts over here on this ?

 
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06-02-03, 09:18 AM   #2  
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I think you have a soggy, old turn signal switch. It should be available from any Motorcraft distributor or Ford dealer. Some parts stores may have it too.

Inspect it carefully, I'd bet the plastic is old and weak causing the switch to droop.

Sometimes even with the new switches the lever may not be perfectly centered in the slot it moves up and down in.

 
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06-02-03, 09:22 AM   #3  
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But can I get the switch itself and not just the cam as I've already done that and thats when I lost the one t-signal.?

 
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06-02-03, 09:45 AM   #4  
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The turn signal switch should be available as an assembly. It's just the two halves, the return springs and the wires going down into the column.

73/77 F Series with MT: D3TZ-13341A, $76 list, still available

73/77 F Series with AT, less cruise: D3TZ-13341B, $53.82 list, still available.

73/77 F Series with AT, with cruise, D5TZ-13341B, seems to be obsolete, but these guys show them in stock:

GREEN SALES
2172 SEYMOUR AVE
CINCINNATI
OH

National Phone: 800-543-4959
Business Phone: 513-731-3304

SOUTHSIDE OBSOLETE

7136 E 200TH ST
FARIBAULT
MN

National Phone: 800-866-1310
Business Phone: 507-332-6789

ANTIQUE AUTO SUPPLY

1225 COLORADO LN
ARLINGTON
TX

National Phone: None
Business Phone: 817-275-2381


Check the switches closely and good luck...hope this helps.

 
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06-02-03, 11:23 AM   #5  
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WOW!!!!! Thanks Joe. Livin up to that ASE Parts Specialist...lol

 
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06-02-03, 12:12 PM   #6  
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Ya can thank the Ford parts book from 1973 to 1979 on the trucks for that one.

The rest, chalk up to savviness

 
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