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I need a 1933 Chevrolet Stop Light Switch


Dennis Jones
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  • 1 month later...

Tom,

Sorry it took so long to look at this Forum again.  I do appreciate you looking to see that you have one.  It turned out it wasn't the switch.  I installed a six volt alternator on the car and connected the exciter wire to the stop light switch.  It was that wire that kept blowing the fuse in the stop lights.  I don't understand why it does that.  But after connecting it to the switch side of the coil everything works fine.  I can't connect it to the ignition switch because the poles on the ignition switch aren't long enough for the extra wire.

Again, thanks Tom.

 

Dennis

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