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Need '67 Toro TS switch

I NEED a turn signal switch for a '67 Toronado. I appears that they only used this style a couple years. Anyway the problem is, the brake lites...... the brakes come in to the switch , but don't come out. Also the same with the 4-ways,,front work , no rears.. Acouple years ago, I had the switch apart, and I recall removing the rivet where the contacts are, repairing something in side there. Problem with that is... theres not much left of the rivet to do it again. I assume that's where the problem is again........ I know some of the Riveira parts are same, ...........so far, I seem to locate one .........thank you
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Old 02-09-2011, 01:17 PM
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You might try at the link.
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no luck there either....anyone got a used one, maybe for parts ?
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Hi.
You might try at the link.
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The only parts for a Toronado available from Y1 are those that are common to the Cutlass/442 cars.

Have you tried Fusick? They have a dedicated Toro catalog.
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no luck there , either, the tilt and tele is the difference.........besides the man from Fusic was a real jerk, I threw his catalog magazing in to the garbage, along with USA Parts !
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no luck there , either, the tilt and tele is the difference.........besides the man from Fusic was a real jerk, I threw his catalog magazing in to the garbage, along with USA Parts !
That's surprising. In any case, a 67 (and possibly 68) Eldo tilt/tele column should be the same. You might want to try a Caddy resto supplier.
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Hi,
Here's a couple of switch's, & if the ones shown aren't
correct, they may have a used one in their yard.
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nope. all three are for the reg or standard column. The foruth one in the list is the universal one the clampps on the column, I forgot about those, would make a good last resort item. Just today ordered , a standard switch, from NAPA, will try to see if any parts are interchangeable......anyway , thanks for the link, I may need it sometime ,,, I think I'll call them also, thanks again
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