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Part fits the following years: 1964

Cutlass Turn Signal & Hazard Light Switch Assembly "BPC" (Metal Body) w/o Tilt, by M&H

Part# G241019

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Brand: M&H
Part Type: (R) = Authentic reproduction of the original GM product
Years: Sold As: EACH
2015 Cutlass Catalog Page: 197
2016 Cutlass Catalog Pages: 210, 260

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Identical to original equipment

A crucial component of your electrical system

  • NOTES
  • NOTE1: To ensure the correct turn signal switch is received, the original must be removed from the steering column and inspected as there were two possible switches used for 1964-66 non-tilt columns that cannot be interchanged. The BPC switch will have the lower portion of the switch's body made of metal, and there will be “BPC” stamped on the unit. A Guide switch will have the body made of plastic and “Guide” will be stamped on the unit.

These reproduction turn signal switch assemblies are identical to original equipment used on the GM assembly line. The switch is critical to the proper operation of your electrical system and can affect turn signals, tail lights, dash lights, brake lights, and more. These high-quality switches are complete with main body, actuating plate, and wiring harness, as well as pigtail and adapter plug where required.

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