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  • Head Light Switch Knob - Repro ~ 1969 - 1970 Mercury Cougar - 26186
  • Head Light Switch Knob - Repro ~ 1969 - 1970 Mercury Cougar - 26186

Item #: 26186

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MSRP:$27.00
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Price: $18.85
    Cost: 1508
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    Perfect fit, easy to replace and will be a great upgrade over your original scratched and or pitted knob. To remove, reach behind the dash and locate the small, round spring loaded button on the top side of your headlight switch. Depress the button while firmly grasping the knob and move back and forth until it releases. To install, firmly and quickly press the knob inward (towards the dash) with the palm of your hand.

    Here is a helpful youtube video on how to go about removing a headlight switch from a Cougar or Mustang.

    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.25 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.92 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 3 Review(s).
    Austin, TX

    Material:
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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
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    This is a good quality part and adds a nice touch of detail to my interior.

    Hard to fault

    Material:
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    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Nice repop of a usually pitted part. If you are going to restore your lower dash, spend the money for new bezels.

    Headlight Knob Replacement

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    4.75 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Easy%20install
    • Matches%20Well
    Cons:
    The knob was one of the simplest replacements I've done in rebuilding the entire car from the ground up. After reassembling the interior of the car, the headlight knob kept coming off every time I used it. I thought there was some form of a "keeper" to keep the knob on the shaft ... but I wasn't going to assume how it was attached. So I ordered a new one. The instructions are simple, reach behind the dash and find the release button, pull out while depressing the button and ta da ... it's out. Reverse to install. Now I am not worried about using an epoxy to cement the original knob on the original shaft and then repeat the replacement process. The original had a pointer on the knob and this one didn't ... so I think I will go back to the original. But I am not sorry I bought it. There are other projects it can go to.

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