American Autowire 07800482 Turn Signal Switch, 8 Wire 9 Pin, 1967-68 Camaro
67-68 Buick, 67-68 Chevy, 67-68 Oldsmobile, 67-68 Pontiac
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1967-68 Camaro and Full size Chevrolet floor shift 8 wire turn signal switch. Switch includes 4 way flasher mechanism, (no lamp) This is an exact Reproduction of the Guide-Delco style. Uses a 9 pin curved connector uninstalled for ease of installation.
- 8 wire turn signal switch
- For steering columns without column located shifter
- For steering columns with or without tilt
- Includes 4 way flasher mechanism (no lamp)
- This is an exact Reproduction of the Delco style
- Uses a 9 pin curved connector uninstalled for ease of installation
- For 1967-68 Camaro
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