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Old 10-13-2002, 05:11   #1 (permalink)
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T.C Cortina light switch help!

Help! I'm after a main
light switch or replacement for a T.C Cortina. Wants to look like original if possible.Thanks..
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Wasn't that a 3 pole toggle switch? Like off, parks, headlights?
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Wasn't that a 3 pole toggle switch? Like off, parks, headlights?
Yes it's for my sons Cortina. From what I have worked out there are two hot wires feeding four outlets [wires]. Left/ right, park,lights.The only switch's in a manual at work has only one hot wire feeding park and lights.On the car at present high beam is run through a relay,twin head lights X.L.E...
Loom fell on extractors & burnt out switch.. 2v.. 250 steel case 5 speed..
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No, I don't know. I used to own a Mk 2 and the light switch was a simple up-down affair. Sorry I can't help.
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