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    tc switch

    hi all, i know this has been on before, but is there a connector for this switch on a 54 reg gsi zaf, if so where,before i go pulling my car to pieces!! all i am asking is if anybody has done this was the connector already there?

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    ther may be.

    But if there isn't you can get a retrofit loom from vauxhall.
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    i thought they were plug and play even if the wire isnt right to the dash

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    TC is gezza!
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    what do you mean gezza,

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    there is no connector, you buy the harness and the switch then route it into the car. then you put the new single connector into one of 2 holes, take a look at the how to section
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