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Reproduction Of Original Double Terminal Self Adjusting Sold Separately Single Terminal Switch Available As Part # SW-26 The door jamb switch is responsible turning the courtesy light on in your 1967, 1968, or 1969 first generation Camaro when the door opens. This is similar to how the refrigerator light always comes on when you open it, but shuts off when you close it. Without the ability of this courtesy light switch, you would be stuck fumbling around in your Camaro. When you open your car door, this little switch spring loaded plunger engages contact points closing the circuit and sending an electrical current to your dome light. stop manufacturers to offer the very best in replacement electrical components. Remember to check your connections and consult your Camaro?s service shop manual before doing any electrical project. Don?t get caught fumbling in the dark, and be sure to replace your courtesy light door jamb switch as soon as possible. NOTE: To adjust the switch: Install the switch into the door jamb, place something thin over the head of the switch to protect your paint, and gently close the door all the way. The switch will slide in the retaining nut to the proper length.
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