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Need help with headlamp switch for 1954 Ford Customline

I have a 1954 Ford Customline and am using the original headlamp switch during the rewire process and need to know what the original letters indicate on the back of the headlamp switch. On one column there are 3 letters, the first is a P, the second is a B, the third is an H. On the top column there are two. The first is an R, the second is a B. There is also a post connected to the outer area of the switch. If anyone could help me with this I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

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I have a 1954 Ford Customline and am using the original headlamp switch during the rewire process and need to know what the original letters indicate on the back of the headlamp switch. On one column there are 3 letters, the first is a P, the second is a B, the third is an H. On the top column there are two. The first is an R, the second is a B. There is also a post connected to the outer area of the switch. If anyone could help me with this I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

P = Park Lights
B = Battery (Power for the headlights and park lights)
H = Headlights

Top column:
R = Rear (Tail lights and license plate)
B = Battery (Power for tail, license plate, and instrument lights)
Other terminal = Instrument lights.
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