Window and seat switch rebuilding service!!

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    Tyler Nixon
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    Hey there guys figured I’d post up a thread for anyone in need of rebuilt window switches and/or power seat switches! I can fix nearly anything! The window switches are completely disassembled. I polish all terminals including the inside switch pad terminals. I polish the ground straps and install new rubber in each switch that is actually higher quality than the oem material used. I reinforce all toggles and polish them as good as they can get. And finally re assemble all switches with dielectric grease and you will have easily another 50 years out of your switches.
    The power seat switch is another ball game altogether. They require a considerable amount of modification to allow you to have a switch that wont break again for 50 years. I start by again tear down i polish everything. And from there I reinforce the factory nylon switch toggle that are ALWAYS broken. I can replace nearly every part in your seat switch for you if anything is really bad. But worse case I simply reinforce polish and assemble your old switch to better than new quality in my opinion. I also have the ability to use an (almost) perfect 8’way toggle switch replacement part that is new.
    So basically I’m offering a solution to those of you who want better stuff that won’t break next time. And I am happy to do it for fellow slab owners.
    I currently charge $120.00 plus shipping for a basic rebuild. That is if your toggles are all in relatively good shape. In most cases that’s is enough. But if a good bit of parts are missing then I ask only a bit more. To this day no set has ever topped $160 plus shipping.
    The seat switch will set you back $80. The center toggle switch if it needs replaced will be $40 additional bucks!

    Let me know if you need anything rebuilt. I take PayPal. Let me know guys!!!

    #137

    Wes
    Keymaster

    Great info.. Thanks for your services.

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    #138

    Jeremy
    Keymaster

    Excellent info – thanks!

    Do you have a website for your services or some sort of info we could add to our resources page?

    Resistance is Futile.

    #144

    Tyler Nixon
    Participant

    I do not have a website. But I know considering every switch rebuilder I’ve ever seen charges well over 35 bucks per switch! An astronomical price if you ask me! They also seldom use any rubber to cover the inside of the switch. I’ve seen rebuilt switch sets on eBay for WELL over 150 bucks for just the driver side and they don’t even have rubber. Just switches in the plate. I can say that I have many happy customers thus far with my work. Anyone who was on the suicide slabs Facebook page can vouch for me!
    Thanks for your consideration on building your switches backup for you! I appreciate the opportunity to help anyone!

    #160

    Jeremy
    Keymaster

    I put your info on our resources page.

    Resistance is Futile.

    #697

    Jim
    Participant

    Maybe a dumb question but just for clarification…you charge $120 to rebuild ALL the window switches, as in all 7 that are in my 66 vert??

    #728

    chris
    Participant

    Hey Tyler, new to the site but had my Lincoln about 10 years. I’m also wondering if the price was for all the switches or was that for each? Thanks in advance…

    #991

    Ben King
    Participant

    Do you have for sale or can you repair the 4-way flasher switch? Silver push button style from my ’66. Rivets on back of switch are mostly broken off.

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