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Old Yesterday, 06:19 AM   #1
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ignition switch part number

I have a NOS key start switch in box, Part No. 1116537 on box, just 537 on switch. Ecklers/Classic has lock cylinders but I don't know if my switch is for a passenger car or truck (different cylinder part numbers). It fits in my 57 3100 so it doesn't matter to me but I want to buy the correct cylinder. BTW the cylinder from the stomp switch doesn't fit. No surprise there. I would appreciate any help.
As many of you know installation of a AOD eliminates stomp switch.
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Old Yesterday, 12:51 PM   #2
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Re: ignition switch part number

It should be truck
https://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-1957-19...-/274059266306

Car is this one https://www.fillingstation.com/detai...LESS_LOCK.html
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Re: ignition switch part number

I found a part number of 1116522 for the switch. It appears to be for the 6 cylinder given the background viewing info in the factory assembly manual but maybe not as it's not too clear. Yes, the 6 and V8's are different as you don't have the "start" location in the switch - in the 6 cylinder one you just have the "on". I have one of those original 6 cylinder switches from when my truck had a 6 in it. I'd go by what you find on the online catalogs like you found.
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Old Yesterday, 02:15 PM   #4
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Re: ignition switch part number

Mr. 48 thank you. That is the switch I have. Now I can order the proper cylinder.
Re: switch #522 that is the switch I took out. I was going to use a push button with it but either the switch or the cylinder is bad.
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Re: ignition switch part number

tf trucks came with v8 and solenoid starters. no need for the push button if you can find a v8 switch
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