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67 Spitfire - Ignition location - is it in wrong place?

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Matts67spit Matt Burrow
Phoenix, AZ, USA   USA
1967 Triumph Spitfire MkII "Silver Bullet"
Thanks so much guys!

Moss sent me the instructions/connection locations to the new ignition switch,..but now I have the issue of -- no corresponding plug that will fit on the new ignition switch!

Going to post a new thread, to see if someone has a spare that they can part with!

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TinDrum Herald Ma
cologne, NRW, Germany   DEU
There is no plug.
Only single lucar connectors behind the dashboard.
There is probably a connection point where the extension lead to the steering column lock switch begins.
Probably already in the right position behind the dashboard.

Herald

Ps
Andrew answered it allready in the other thread....



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2017-12-08 03:08 PM by TinDrum.

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Matts67spit Matt Burrow
Phoenix, AZ, USA   USA
1967 Triumph Spitfire MkII "Silver Bullet"
Hello Team! (I call you guys my 'virtual pit crew' to all of my friends)

Thank you all for the great advice regrading the ignition switch location. I finished it! :-)

Whew,..this was a fun one,..but definitely needed your help with the wiring/configuration etc. Can't thank you enough!

Wire wheels going on today!

Mat

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gfe05111952 George Earwaker
Falls Church, VA, USA   USA
Nicely done, Matt. thumbs upthumbs up You'll have that car on the road real soon. I don't imagine you have to worry about any snow down there in Phoenix. grinning smiley



George
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