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1939 and 1942 turn signal switch #s
#1169022 Sun Jun 12 2016 12:18 AM
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Does anyone know the part numbers to the turn signal switches for a 1939 Chevy truck and 1942 suburban.thank you in advance.

Re: 1939 and 1942 turn signal switch #s
wirewizards #1169032 Sun Jun 12 2016 01:20 AM
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I could be all wrong but I think the turn signals were generic aftermarket add on units. You aren't likely going to get a part number.


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Re: 1939 and 1942 turn signal switch #s
wirewizards #1169354 Tue Jun 14 2016 05:01 AM
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I found them.thank you


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