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Date:         Mon, 13 Mar 2006 23:03:48 +0000
Reply-To:     joe trussell <vanagongl@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From:         joe trussell <vanagongl@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject:      Re: FW: 1991 Vanagon GL W/ 4 Large Round Headlights
In-Reply-To:  <F2F8E6C0606BCA4790069652B051E2400374EC2F@BONHAM.AD.UWS.EDU.AU>
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If you come across a Porsche 944 in the junkyard, the foglight switch is Hella and fits in the spare spot on the Vanagon cluster.

Of course I don't have foglights yet, so I don't know if it actually works...

Joe T.

>From: Stephen Overmyer <S.OVERMYER@UWS.EDU.AU> >Reply-To: Stephen Overmyer <S.OVERMYER@UWS.EDU.AU> >To: vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM >Subject: Re: FW: 1991 Vanagon GL W/ 4 Large Round Headlights >Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 09:47:42 +1100 > > > > >Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 00:18:26 EST > >From: Jeff Oxroad <Oxroad@AOL.COM> >Subject: Re: FW: 1991 Vanagon GL W/ 4 Large Round Headlights > > >Robert et al. > > >I see the guy with the lights--and those are some lights--has them >routed through an extra defrost switch. > > >FWIW: sells the VW fog light switch for the swink blank >int he dash board for about $30 from what I see on >the website. > > >part # ZVW123251 > > > >I think BD might sell the switch in a kit that also includes the small >globe and socket to illuminate the switch. >Generally this switch is sold separately and you also need to order the >lamp and socket should you go have to a dealer. > >However if you have access to an air cooled bay window van in a junk >yard you're sorted as the lamp and socket are the same part as the 6 or >so lamps behind the speedo and idiot lights in the dash and are very >quick and easy to remove. > >Perfect for driving lights and with two switch settings, it can still be >used for an additional backup light or rear fog light. > >Cheers, >Steve O >NSW Australia >'92 Transporter WBX Kombi >'00 Transporter Double Cab >'03 Transporter Double Cab (work truck) >'78 Land Rover 109 Series 3 soft top ute (ex-Aust.Army)

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