Your 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954 Chevrolet was meant to be seen. It’s obvious that every time you pull into a gas station or get a crowd at the local car show, your baby really turns heads. Well, the same is true when driving at night. However, you’re finding that your Chevy is not turning heads, because no one sees you coming! Not only is having a faulty headlight switch deterring positive attention, but it is downright dangerous! Over the years, headlight switches deteriorate leading to bad rheostats or outright failure. Symptoms that your 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954 Chevy might exhibit include a burning electrical smell from your dash when your headlights are on, inability to dim or adjust your instrument panel lights, faulty movement of the mechanical parts, or flickering of the lights. Even though your headlight switch is fairly simple to replace, we always recommend consulting your service shop manual. Here at Eckler’s Early Chevy, we always strive to bring you the best in high quality electrical components. After all, your baby deserves the best.
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