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1959 Buick Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1959 BUICK LIGHTING SYSTEM 10-47 1959 BUICK HEADLIGHTS AND CONTROLS Description of 1959 Buick Lighting Switch The switch uses a multiple push-on type connector. It is a "push-pull" type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for controlling the instrument panel lights, and a detent position which completes the dome light circuit. Three [...]

2014 2014/11

1958 Buick Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1958 BUICK LIGHTING SYSTEM 10-47 1958 BUICK HEADLIGHTS AND CONTROLS Description of 1958 Buick Lighting Switch The switch has push-in-type wire terminals. Each terminal on the switch is color-coded to match the color of the wire. It is a "push-pull" type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for controlling the instrument panel [...]

2014 2014/11

1956 Buick Lights – Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1956 BUICK LIGHTS - LIGHTING SYSTEM 10-47 1956 BUICK LIGHTING SWITCH AND CIRCUIT BREAKER Description of 1956 Buick Lighting Switch The switch has push-in-type wire terminals. Each terminal on the switch is color-coded to match the color of the wire. It is a "push-pull" type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for [...]

2014 2014/11

1954 Buick Lights – Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1954 BUICK LIGHTS - LIGHTING SYSTEM 10-47 1954 BUICK LIGHTING SWITCH AND CIRCUIT BREAKER Description of 1954 Buick Light Switch The 1954 Buick lighting switch is a "push-pull" type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for controlling the map and instrument panel lights. Three "push-pull" positions of the switch knob provide control of the [...]

2014 2014/11

1953 Buick Lights – Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1953 BUICK LIGHTS - LIGHTING SYSTEM NOTE: For Series 40 6-volt systems refer to Section 10-G in the 1952 Buick Shop Manual.   10-47 1953 BUICK LIGHTING SWITCH AND CIRCUIT BREAKER Description of 1953 Buick Lighting Switch The 1953 Buick lighting switch is a "push-pull" type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for controlling [...]

2014 2014/11

1951 Buick Lights – Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1951 BUICK LIGHTING SYSTEM 10-53 1951 BUICK LIGHTING SWITCH AND CIRCUIT BREAKER Description of Lighting Switch The 1951 Buick lighting switch is a "push-pull" type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for controlling the map and instrument panel lights. Three "push-pull" positions of the switch knob provide control of the exterior lights as [...]

2014 2014/11

1950 Buick Lights – Lighting System

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SECTION 10-G 1950 BUICK LIGHTS - LIGHTING SYSTEM 10-53 1950 BUICK LIGHTING SWITCH AND CIRCUIT BREAKER Description of 1950 Buick Lighting Switch The first Series 1,.0 cars use a lighting switch which does not control the map and instrument panel lights; these lights are controlled by separate switches. Later Series 40 and all Series 50-70 cars [...]

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