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Hazard Switch mounting

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No bracket.  Just unscrew the lens and the nut, push through and then tighten down the nut.  That area on my car was getting a little weak and had some small splits so I got some thin fender washers and put one on top of the switch below the dash and one on top of the dash under the nut.


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I got some advice today at the Laguna Seca Cars and coffee, saying I'm missing a nut that goes on the top of the dash.


No threads on my flasher, any other ideas?



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Although that little nut that threads in to the switch is NLA (no longer available) it IS the same part number as every other chrome switch bezel nut on the other dash switches.


Surely someone here (or local to you)  has a spare they can give you. If not, let me know your mailing address and send me a couple dollars to cover the postage. This is an easy easy fix! Don't over think it! :D

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38 minutes ago, wegweiser said:

Extra special fancy gift box, too!





Get a room!



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