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    Aspen and Volare Senior Member bnichols's Avatar
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    Pic of location of reverse light in the dash

    Guys I need a pic of the location of where the reverse light goes in the dash anyone have one?

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    That is a good question. I only had one f body that had a reverse light. That car is long gone so i don`t have any pics. I do know you can get a reproduction one now but that doesn`t help answer your question. Maybe Matt would know or have a pic.

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    Same with me. Only my 76 had one and I'm trying to remember while knowing I don't have a pic. I'm thinking it was way over on the pass side dash beyond the roll inward with about a full inch below it. But that's a single really old memory.
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    I wonder, which usually gets me into trouble, if there might be an outline of where the hole would be on the back side of the panel?? Similar to the way, for example, door panels are for power window switches or the drivers knee panel when the car doesn't have a remote right side mirror, etc.
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    Good question. I will take a look at the back side of the panel in the next day or so.

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