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    Hazard Switch

    I’m trying to make my dashboard as authentic as possible but unsure what direction to go with the hazard switch. Mine does not need to go through IVA as a restoration/rebuild.

    I may go down the route of a secondary switch panel under the dash or one that folds down to keep the authentic look.

    Any recommendations on hazard switches?

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    Mine sits under the dash on a small ali bracket on the LHS of my left knee. The ticking from the relay and the flashing red light tell you its on.
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    I fitted a Lucas 'pull-out' style switch through my dash. It originally came off a P6 Rover but were fitted to many cars back in the day.
    I found a similar kit online...https://www.bowerspartsonline.co.uk/...-relay-bracket
    Use a permanent 12v feed to the hazard switch you decide on so you can use them without the ignition key being in the car. Your indicators are probably only connected with an ignition switched 12v feed.

    Russ.
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    I'm using one of these - https://www.carbuilder.com/uk/push-p...witch-24mm-red

    Anything that Dave Brookes uses is good enough for me - https://www.facebook.com/18338756840...type=3&theater

    Sean
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