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Old 10-11-2017, 03:56 PM
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Default Need socket help

On my 1993 New Yorker Salon ... 3.3 engine.
No fog lights ...
The pull ****, on the dash, opens the covers and turns in the lights (two low beams lights and two high beams) ...
the socket that plugs in into the back of the headlight switch, a pull-****, on the dashboard ... that socket got a bit warm an melted a bit.
Therefore when my headlights are on for awhile ... they will go off from time to time.
Pushing the switch in a bit and pulling it back out ... turns the lights on again.

I need to find that socket ... can anyone advise/assist me?
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Old 10-12-2017, 12:51 AM
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junk yard I have seen new switches along with the connector sold as well do online search
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