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Camaro Headlight Door Limit Switch, Rally Sport (RS), 1967

Camaro Headlight Door Limit Switch, Rally Sport (RS), 1967


1967 Rally Sport (RS) Headlight Door Limit Switch
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$19.99 ea.
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1967 thru 1967
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  • Technically Correct Limit Switch Assembly
  • Correct Lettering  & Weatherproofing
  • Attached Ground Wire With Shrink Tubing As Original
  • Made  & Assembled In USA
  • 4 Required Per Car
  • For Rally Sport (RS)  Models

The 1967 Camaro Rally Sport hide-away headlight system can be one of the toughest to work on because of its intricate nature and high failure rate. The headlight doors are controlled with two of these limit switches on each headlight door. If they are malfunctioning or adjusted improperly, the door may not stop in the right location or run the headlight door motor until the circuit breaker pops. Replace yours today with the best part from Rick's Camaros. This technically correct headlight door limit switch comes with the attached ground wire with correct serrated eyelet, and is connection shrink tubed as the original. Two are required per headlight, so be sure to get two if you need to! Trust Rick's Camaros for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your 1967 1st gen Camaro RS!


NOTE: Limit switches must be installed with the ground wire down or the switch will ground the wrong side of the circuit and send the wrong signal to the relays causing system malfunction.


Make / Model Series Body Notes Year
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS Rally Sport (RS) Coupe 1967
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS Rally Sport (RS) Convertible 1967


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