I'm looking for a turn signal/head & running light switch for a 1992 Totyota Celica GTS. Can You help locate one for me?

Asked by Dec 24, 2006 at 02:55 AM about the 1992 Toyota Celica GT-S Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My parking lights DO NOT turn OFF when the switch is IN the OFF position. The battery, then has to be disconected or it will be dead after a few hours.

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If you are just looking for the switch arockdawg the shipping shouldn't be too bad so you can shop on line... Start here for a used part http://www.used-auto-parts-locator.com/ If you don't have any luck try your local junk yard/salvage guy. They all have build up a pretty good network of parts purveyors and they should be able to track down the part for your 1992 Celica GTS or atleass point you in the right direction. If all else fails a Toyota dealer should be able to land the switch for you.

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i've got a switch for the head lamps and turn signals for a 92 toyota celica st it will work for the gt if you are interested let me know and maybe we can work out a price

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