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 Post subject: Driving lights/Traction switch dash fitment?
Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 11:33 am 
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Ok so i've done the search and came up dry :roll: . I've seen this somewhere where one of our members fitted the siad switch to his standard dash (without the hole for the swich in it). He cut the hole to fit it and I'm looking for the thread or information as to the positioning of it, and the process to cut the hole :shock: . I guess as driving lights were an option wether it was a dealer fitted thing or from the factory? If it was dealer fitted then I assume there must be some Genuine Ford instructions as to the process? (PAPA SMURF?). Anyway I think in the thread the guy was also illuminating the lights aswell if that help any, in sparking somones memory. I need the info so that i dont go and screw up a perfectly good dash :oops:



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 Post subject: Re: Driving lights/Traction switch dash fitment?
Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 12:33 pm 
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I have mounted the LPG Switch/Gauge over nearer to the ICC. I used another standard switch surround and cut a new hole so it can be seen without the steering wheel obscuring it.
The dash (in BF Fairmont) is fairly padded so it looks neat. You can see a picture in my gallery labled CarPuter.



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