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Simple as in title if anybody has one let me know pls hdburbur@yahoo.com please no aftermarket staff + price
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Drag Specialty's has oem replacments that are exactly like stock for about $18. I replaced mine, and even the key is exactly the same shape as stock.
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Cool big thx man any chance you can let me know if it comes with attached wires, if by any chance you got their part # I will be super happy
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I don't know which one you have. They have 2 or 3 different ones. Does yours look like mine? I have a flat key. Some of the later ones have round keys. Mine has 3 screw terminals on the back. It has 2 key positions, ignition on, and lights on.



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Ok my next question is how to connect this wires since I believe this slide in connectors coudnt conduct good enough and create a heat which melted rubber etc. I read butt connectors are recommended but they are bulky. Any suggestion on this one?
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Does you ignition have screw terminals like mine?
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I bought mine at the dealership for about 15 bucks.
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hmmm thats interesting because I just order OEM for $75 - second one already. I am just over aftermarket junk. So guys how to connect those cables so connection is not bulky and huge. Any ideas?
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hmmm thats interesting because I just order OEM for $75 - second one already. I am just over aftermarket junk. So guys how to connect those cables so connection is not bulky and huge. Any ideas?
You're just talking about 3 wires right?
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