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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old May 24th, 10, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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High beam indicator light

Would anyone know what type of light socket you need for the high beam indicator and is it a light green wire. Mine was cut out. It is for a 68 RS
Also who has them. Thanks
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Re: High beam indicator light

Check American Auto Wire for the socket. I mean, they MAKE the harnesses... Someone went to them for console light sockets. I imagine they will have what you need. I kind of remember it being a metal socket with spring type clips all the way around? The wire to the high beam indicator is light green.


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Re: High beam indicator light

Thanks I found a socket at pep boys that fit perfect
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Re: High beam indicator light

Good one! Yah, if one has the part number or the original in hand, usually Napa, Autozone, or someone will have something very close or right on...


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