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Early TR250 Hazard Switch

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Bpt70gt Brian T
Westmoreland, NH, USA   USA
Can't be positive-- however, my switch has the arrow pointing down and to activate it by pushing down as the text describes. BUT the picture in my TR250 owners manual does show the arrow pointing up. I probably won't loose much sleep though.

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DavidCole Silver Member David Cole
KY, USA   USA
Mine points up and I push it up to activate.

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gozto11 Todd Bermudez
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA   USA
Funny the book says intermittently. So true with our beloved wiring

David, flip yours over...simple. Oh take all the time it takes to pull the dash back enough to get at the switch.

I don't suppose you're going to the LSVL British car show?

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DavidCole Silver Member David Cole
KY, USA   USA
Hey Todd. I'll get that switch flipped post haste. Regarding the show, I need to pick a few and get back out this year. The car was running really good Sunday. I've been busy coaching pole vaulting at the high school meets. State meet is this weekend then I'll be done. That show was first weekend in June, right?

David

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gozto11 Todd Bermudez
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA   USA
Yep 6/3 is the day.

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