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From Chris B.:

In the Dec '01 Mopar Collector's Guide there is an article on new, reproduction Rim Blow horn switches. Yes, fellow Imperialists, the ones used on the 'Cuda's, Chargers, Road Runners,etc. also fit our Imperials. These are not too difficult to change, I've transferred a "good" used one from one steering wheel to another, the worst part was removing the "petrified" old one, I literally had to "CHIP" it out of the little trough it sits in....

I have no Idea how much he wants for them, but these usually bring $100 plus on ebay for NOS ones...


(27 Aug 2008) Michael Olson wrote:

I needed to replace the rim blow horn switch on my '70 LeBaron and ended up with Northwest Performance after reading a few posts in the repair section.

They do not accept AMX.

The item came within @1 week via DHL ground service.

I don't have any complaints on how my order was handled or the way the item arrived.

The switch was $125.00 with $9.00 shipping.















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