Stoplight switches

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by nat, Aug 18, 2006.

  1. nat

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    I was wondering if the stoplight switch that is in my 71' FJ40 and my 72' FJ55 (they are the same) are still available from Toyota or do I have to get them from SOR where it is $34 :eek:
     
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    pretty darn sure they are the same, if not close enough to work, my bet is yeah Toyota still can get em.
     
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    also available from Napa and other parts stores

    about $15 IIRC
     
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    Cool thanks!!
     
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    cruiser outfitters (kurt) is always the first call I make for parts. This guy has to be my fav mud vendor to date! I belive he is out of town for the weekend though :(

    edit: yup out of town for awhile it looks like.
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    Make sure the little rubber bumper that the switch hits is still in place, or it will act like it is a bad switch....


    Good luck!


    -Steve
     
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    it's a bitch to get the rubber bumper in with the switch installed, BTDT :crybaby:
     
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    You really need to remove the switch.... ;)


    I have found a half-dozen trucks over the years that needed that piece replaced...and it was not the switch.



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