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New 3D print project-TR250 hazard switch

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allzway James P
Paris, TX, USA   USA
Very interesting things you are doing here. I was pointed to your thread from the TR6 forum.

I have a 1970 TR6 I am working on to get back on the road after being stored in a warehouse for 25+ years.

This car had some bad electrical problems to sort out after I got it back running again. I purchased from British Parts new wiper, and new washer switches ( pricey and not that great of quality items) that require cutting of the metal dash to fit.

Next was the hazard switch. It actually works fine, but the ears that hold it in place were brittle and broke off. So I have a cover with the white triangle on this 1970 model car with a broken switch housing.

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