1980 Hilux turn signal repair kit

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1980 Hilux turn signal repair kit by liquidhandwash Jul 12, 2012
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Kit to repair turn signal switch, self cancel after a turn. May work on other 1980s Toyotas, but only tested on N40 Hilux


Print out and remove raft and support. Remove steering wheel and plastic around the steering column. the old arm is difficult to remove but the printed version is a slightly different shape making fitting and removal much easier. Replace parts and reassemble.

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Great Job. I would love to see 3D Printed replacement parts for most all plastic factory parts. Eventually someone could be driving around a car that 25% 3D Printed. lol