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Old 11-15-2004, 06:18 PM
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where can i buy a 70 caddy light switch? new or used.

have done a search on site to no avail. nos would be puss but that prolly aint gonna happen. will settle for used. google wasnt much help either. 1970 sedan deville light switch. thx.

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Old 11-15-2004, 06:59 PM
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The junkyard is the place for that..........I bet most GM's are the same for that, just a different knob on it.
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Old 11-15-2004, 07:50 PM
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You might try OPG if you haven't already...

Hemmings May have something for it...

EBAY is another good source.

The bone yard of course if you can find one that has an old Caddie in it...Might be Tougher to find than one would think..

Another Source is your local parts house

(Like, Uggg! Dare I say it...?? Kragens, The "radio Shack" of the automotive industry! You Got Questions? We've Got Air Freshener Trees...Neon license plate frames...Tiger skin seat covers...)

On the "Help" tree...however these are mostly "Generic" GM type switches if your going for resto...But they will turn your lights on and off, Which will keep you from contributing to the delinquency of the Muni Court system... LOL....

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Have you tried caddy daddy or some of the others? A google search will find dozens of caddy specialists. I know, I own a couple myself, and I work on the neighbors 66. I have no trouble getting parts for it, or the 41 and 59
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http://www.partsamerica.com/SelectPa...adlight+Switch

This means Advance Auto Parts around here.
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