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SWITCH Headlight Replacement w/ bracket D0ZZ-11654-A SW-928

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SWITCH Headlight Replacement w/ bracket D0ZZ-11654-A SW-928
SWITCH Headlight Replacement w/ bracket D0ZZ-11654-A SW-928
Item # 11654-4B
MPN # 11654-4B
Brand: EXP

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SWITCH, Headlight, Replacement, w/ bracket, D0ZZ-11654-A, SW-928

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SWITCH Headlight Replacement w/ bracket D0ZZ-11654-A SW-928

I ordered this switch to replace my factory headlight switch which would not illuminate the dash lamps. I tested the new switch by connecting it and inserting the knob/shaft before mounting it in the dash. Everything worked perfectly, to include the dash lights. I installed the new switch in the dash and this is where the problems started. The knob/shaft would not clip in. I spent literal hours attempting to get the shaft to clip in. I tried every angle and way possible. It would not clip in. If I pulled on the knob to activate the lights, it just pulled completely out without switching anything on. I called NPD and the rep offered to ship me a new switch. Cool. Unfortunately, it had the same problem. But with the second switch, the knob/shaft wouldn't even clip in once. I called NPD again and explained the situation. The rep assured me the shaft will clip in, it just takes some manipulation. Again, I spend literal hours trying to get the shaft to clip in. No dice. I thought I might have damaged the shaft somehow and inserted it into my original, factory switch. It clipped in; first time, every time. Since the first replacement switch had clipped in once, I installed it in the dash again and spent another half-hour trying to get the knob/shaft to clip in when it finally did. I pulled the knob and found it wasn't working correctly. No lights came on. If I carefully moved the knob in and out, it would sometimes illuminate the parking lights, but only temporarily. Thus the first replacement switch worked once and only once. I never could get the second switch to clip in. I've heard the Motorcraft headlight switches are better quality and ordered one from a local parts store. It took a week to get it and, unfortunately, it doesn't have the correct mounting bracket. I chiseled the tapered mounting bracket off one of the new switches that didn't work and used that to install the Motorcraft switch. When I inserted the knob/shaft in the Motorcraft switch, it clipped in the first time and worked perfectly. So, I was able to use the mounting bracket from the one of the replacement headlight switches, but otherwise, they were both of no use.

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