Hi , does anybody of you what car the turnsignal lever come from ?
Whit the tilt steering and intermittent wiper swich.

looks like the 76 Mustang 2 lever but the column is from a Lincoln Mark3
Thanks
Simon
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I have found one whit help from a member from another forum.
the part is D8ZZ 17A553-B
just in case somebody else also need one.

Simon
Just for info, the Mark3 is not a Lincoln. It is a Continental. That might make it easier doing your search?

Ford was responsible for several brands i.e.:

Lincoln (some models were called Lincoln Continentals)
Edsel
Continental (Mark2, Mark3, Mark4, Mark5 etc)

The Continental Mark3 came in 69, the same year the Lincoln Continental (4door suicide or 2door coupe) was available. But total different Car.
The Longchamp use not the wiperswitch/tilt/turnlever from a Lincoln/Continental.
DeTomaso use a 1978 Mustang2 wiperswitch/tilt/turn lever from what I found out.
Simon
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Originally posted by Simon:
The Longchamp use not the wiperswitch/tilt/turnlever from a Lincoln/Continental.
DeTomaso use a 1978 Mustang2 wiperswitch/tilt/turn lever from what I found out.
Simon


Simon could you clarify that a little for me?
The later build Longchamp use a shortened steering colum from a Continental/Lincoln Mark3

for the tilt steering function/ wiperswitch/turnindicator they use a lever from a 1976-78 MustangII

sorry but I cannot post pictures.
Simon
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Originally posted by Simon:
The Longchamp use not the wiperswitch/tilt/turnlever from a Lincoln/Continental.
DeTomaso use a 1978 Mustang2 wiperswitch/tilt/turn lever from what I found out.
Simon

I guess that depends on the year. Found this picture on the net. Same lever as in my 85 Deauville.

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Maybe I am wrong about the Continental steering colum .
But it looks the same as on the picture from
DVIL

The horn function is on the washknob , they turn the wash decal to the backside.
Simon
That 78 Mustang lever looks correct. Thanks!
Can't remember exactly now, but I believe I have a wash switch on the center console. The switch on the end is used for Hi/Lo beam. The slider is not used. Wiper delay is a rotating switch on center console, as seen on upper left corner in the picture above.
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Originally posted by dvil:
quote:
Originally posted by Simon:
The Longchamp use not the wiperswitch/tilt/turnlever from a Lincoln/Continental.
DeTomaso use a 1978 Mustang2 wiperswitch/tilt/turn lever from what I found out.
Simon

I guess that depends on the year. Found this picture on the net. Same lever as in my 85 Deauville.


Espen,

That actual car is in my shop at the moment. Let me know if you need further pics.

Ron
Here is a pic from my 81. I believe that the steering column came as a complete unit from Ford. I think that the Longchamps from the 1970s all came with the thin stalk.
I never noticed the wash button was turned to make it hard to see, learn something every day.

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Actually my wash button is the highbeams. And mine has the steering wheel with the horn around the outside. I got my aunts steering wheel She now uses and adaptation of the Maza Maserati steering wheel.
In my Pantera the Wash button is the horn. In my 1978 Longchamp the Wash button is Lo/Hi Beam. And the slider works for wipers, but delay does not work, that's a knob near the radio
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Originally posted by No Quarter:
In my Pantera the Wash button is the horn. In my 1978 Longchamp the Wash button is Lo/Hi Beam. And the slider works for wipers, but delay does not work, that's a knob near the radio


Mikael Do you not have the squere turn lever on your Pantera?
As usual on Pantera's from every build year?
Horn/ turn lever.

Only the 9000 series Pantera's use a Hi Beam function too. Horn/turn/flash lever.

Pantera Si is a complete other story.

Simon
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Originally posted by r mccall:
Espen,
That actual car is in my shop at the moment. Let me know if you need further pics.
Ron

Ron, that looks like a superb Longchamp. Must be from the Maserati era. What year is it?
Ron,
beeing a Longchamp owner I am always curious seeing pics of brothers and sisters of my car. Mine is a 75er and I have restored it this year for the second time since 22 years. Sending some autumn impressions of her (sister) for the forum. Walt

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Hi Simon,
I know you were interested in the later model one, but my 1975 LC has this slightly thinner stalk - maybe someone recognises this? Sorry for picture quality as its hard to access at present.
Peter

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Hello
I would need a turn signal switch (the one attached on the steering wheel column) for my Pantera any cross reference part please ?
Many thanks
Philippe
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Originally posted by "72 GTS:
Hello
I would need a turn signal switch (the one attached on the steering wheel column) for my Pantera any cross reference part please ?
Many thanks
Philippe


Ford Capri Mk 1. there are only rebuild or new repro for sale by the vendors.
maybe for you easy by Roland Jäckel to get.
Simon

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