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  • Switch - Horn - Rim Blow - Repro ~ 1969 Mercury Cougar / Mustang / Torino / Lincoln - 13805
  • Switch - Horn - Rim Blow - Repro ~ 1969 Mercury Cougar / Mustang / Torino / Lincoln - 13805
  • Switch - Horn - Rim Blow - Repro ~ 1969 Mercury Cougar / Mustang / Torino / Lincoln - 13805

Item #: 13805

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Price: $131.85
    Cost: 10548
    Earns: 132
    Bonus: 0

    Availability:

    Normal Stock Item - Next Business Day

    This is far superior to the switch Ford put out as a service part in the 90's. It is imperative that you clean every part of your old switch out before carefully installing the new switch. It is best to start both ends at the same time at 6 o'clock and meet at the middle at 12 o'clock. It measures 44" in length.

    *Note - Will not work in the 1970-74 rim blow steering wheels.

    If you have already begun to install or have installed this item, it is not eligible for return or refund.

    Replaces Ford Part # C9AZ-13A875-C

    Specifications:
    Weight: 1.00 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 1 Review(s).
    Grande Prairie, Alberta

    Rim Blow switch

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    This is a nice piece, good quality and fit perfectly. WCCC has a You-Tube video on how to install which was greatly appreciated. Make sure the grooves in your steering wheel are perfectly clean before you start. Take your time when installing this item as it can be easily damaged. The instruction sheet with the switch suggested using soapy water to aid in getting it to slide in. I used dish soap and that did help.

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