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1968 Heater Control Panel Switch, Blower Motor Power, For Cars With Air Conditioning

1968 Heater Control Panel Switch, Blower Motor Power, For Cars With Air Conditioning

 
 

1968 Heater Control Panel Switch, Blower Motor Power, For Cars With Air Conditioning
Part #:
33-183528-1
Price:  
$47.99 ea.
  (No Discount / Limited Discount)
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  Alt Part #:
SW-45
  Availability:
In Stock - Limited Quantity
  Fitment:
1968 thru 1968
See applications below for exact details.

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DESCRIPTION

  • Premium Quality Switch
  • Replaces Original Exactly
  • Switch Button, 2 Terminal For Cars With A/C

 

It's Murphy’s Law…you hop into your prized Chevrolet  on a freezing day, or if you have AC, a super hot day, and fire it up. You adjust the cabin temperature and…nothing happens. You slap your dash and frustration takes over. It could be your blower motor, or the wiring, but most likely it’s the blower motor switch. This little electro-mechanical device allows an air current to flow to the blower motor to warm or cool your interior and defrost your windows. Over time, the contacts wear and your Chevrolet switch begins to fail. Eckler's  is here to help, and replacement can be done with a minimal mechanical knowledge, some simple tools, and just a little time. Remember to check your Cars service shop manual before attempting to replace any electrical device. Eckler's  is here to help when Murphy strikes your Car again.

FITMENT

Make / Model Series Body Notes Year
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS Rally Sport (RS) Coupe 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS Rally Sport (RS) Convertible 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS Super Sport (SS) Coupe 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS Super Sport (SS) Convertible 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO STANDARD Standard Coupe 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO STANDARD Standard Convertible 1968

 

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