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  1. Garngie

    Garngie Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone,

    It turns out that the dash panel dimmer switch in my 69 Road Runner is cracked and broken. I've decided to just purchase a new one instead of restoring the broken one, but the reproduction prices for these units are a bit too much for me. Does anyone on here have a working one laying around they'd be willing to part with for a good deal?

    Here's a pic to clarify which switch I'm talking about:

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    Thanks!
     
  2. Moparsal

    Moparsal FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    I have a mint one, p.m. Me an offer,
     
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    • wannadrag29

      wannadrag29 Well-Known Member

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      Devin Duke Also goes by Devinism on some boards rebuilds old switches, dimmers, radios etc, mostly Mopar.
      You can buy outright or send in yours to rebuild.
      I recently has him do my headlight switch,dimmer wiper switch,heater fan switch, and service my Am radio. I sent in a bunch of cores I had laying around to offset my cost. Very happy with the results!
      Chinese or Taiwan switches are garbage for what they charge and even NOS switches and dimmers have a fail rate.
      From his ebay listing;
      "I purchase used cores to rebuild from around the country, and MAYBE two out of 100 are working correctly ( yes, even the 'worked 10 years ago when removed' ones ).
      I also purchase NOS, when I can find them, and out of 15 or so ( in 9 years ), only 7 have been in working condition."
      For switch outright;
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rebuilt-68...738991&hash=item3b42954519:g:q7MAAOxywbNRACIC

      For rebuild service;
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/1968-68-69...721778?hash=item442d9824f2:g:fQoAAMXQOQdRIH1z
       
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      • '68 Charger

        '68 Charger Well-Known Member

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        I'll back that up. This guy is a great service provider. No BS, never late, quick responses, great communicator and quality work. I've used him twice, no problems what so ever. He also does PW switches.

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          Car #4 Well-Known Member

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          I have one that looks brand new if you still need one.
           
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