Boyne Turn Signal Switch 67-69

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Re: Boyne Turn Signal Switch 67-69

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It looks like the 1969 Corvair turn signal wiring was a direct clone of the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird wiring...

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Re: Boyne Turn Signal Switch 67-69

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More work on my turn signal switch assembly today since my 67's hazard flasher was melted. I chopped it out, traced the wires (no simple feat) and put in a seperate heavy duty switch. I got tricky with two 1N4001 diodes to use the simplest SPST possible.

High time, this car hasn't had latching turn signals or hazard flashers in the 40 years I've owned it.


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Re: Boyne Turn Signal Switch 67-69

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I was happy to find my cancelling cam today, stored some 20 years ago. Thought it was gone! I was about to order one ($32 everywhere) but it would have been the wrong one anyway. Mine is completely different from anything offered by Clark's or elsewhere, the bumps are much farther apart. Just for the Boyne switch, possibly...?
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Re: Boyne Turn Signal Switch 67-69

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Buttoned her up today. Here's a closer look at the canceling action.


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Re: Boyne Turn Signal Switch 67-69

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Or just buy the whole new switch assembly for $70 on Ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-1969-CORV ... 1841301119

or $85 at Clarks: http://www.corvair.com/user-cgi/search.cgi?part=C864

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