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RH Door Jamb Switch
#1
runninpony 
WTB an original door jamb switch, passenger side, for my 71 Convertible. Thanks!

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(09-12-2018, 05:09 AM)NOT A T5 Wrote: WTB an original door jamb switch, passenger side, for my 71 Convertible. Thanks!

A two pin or three pin?
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#3
runninpony 
Mine's got 3 pin on driver side, 2 pin on passenger. By the way, I bought some repros a while ago, Scott Drake, NO good totally wrong for our cars.

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(09-13-2018, 12:09 PM)rackerm Wrote: That's odd. I think you should have 3 or 2 pins on both sides. The third pin activates the seat back release actuator when either door is opened. This was part of the convenience group package. If you have the convenience group package, are you sure you don't have a third pin/wire danging out there somewhere on the passenger side?

They all have 3 pin on the drivers side
most have a 2 pin on pass side
if you had the map light / park light or conviniance group or seat back release system options , then you had a 3 pin on the pass side too.

Terry whats the part number of the one they sent you
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(09-13-2018, 03:23 PM)OMS Wrote:
(09-13-2018, 12:09 PM)rackerm Wrote: That's odd. I think you should have 3 or 2 pins on both sides. The third pin activates the seat back release actuator when either door is opened. This was part of the convenience group package. If you have the convenience group package, are you sure you don't have a third pin/wire danging out there somewhere on the passenger side?

They all have 3 pin on the drivers side
most have a 2 pin on pass side
if you had the map light / park light or conviniance group or seat back release system options , then you had a 3 pin on the pass side too.

Terry whats the part number of the one they sent you

Thanks for the correction.
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#7
runninpony 
Don, you mean the Scott Drake crap? Part # C8AZ-13713-CK and says 68-70 Oh, and it's a pair of switches, both 2 pin !

Rich, as long as I owned my car (31 years) it always had a 3 pin on driver side and 2 pin on passenger side.

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(09-13-2018, 05:11 PM)NOT A T5 Wrote: Don, you mean the Scott Drake crap? Part # C8AZ-13713-CK and says 68-70 Oh, and it's a pair of switches, both 2 pin !

Rich, as long as I owned my car (31 years) it always had a 3 pin on driver side and 2 pin on passenger side.

Yep, my mistake. I checked my plain jane 73 and it has a driver side 3 pin and passenger side 2 pin. In my old age, my recollection is not as good as it used to be.
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#9
runninpony 
Oh, don't take it so hard we all make mistakes, only human.

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