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Old 02-17-2022, 06:34 PM
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Default Off the Floor GM Dimmer Switch

Just added this product to the website today. It's a wiring kit and billet button to get the dimmer switch off the floor. The switch uses a small 19mm button instead of the foot operated switch on the floor. We include a relay harness with color coded wiring for an easier install. You can locate the button wherever you can drill a hole, it can be right near the headlight switch, or you can hide the button in the ash tray or center console. Designed for 1st/2nd gen Camaros & Firebirds but could be made to work with any GM with the floor mounted dimmer switch.


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Great idea!


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Old 02-18-2022, 03:27 PM
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The 1981 Chevrolet G bodies and later had them on the column ..It probabaly be adapted to the earlier cars
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