Q: Good place to order CombiSwitch 1991 Trooper?

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Q: Good place to order CombiSwitch 1991 Trooper?

Postby maddogmurphy » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:26 pm

I've been troubleshooting my indicators for a bit, and the only thing I've yet to replace is the combi-switch, so I'm assuming that's the problem. The bigger problem I'm having though, is I can't find a place to buy one of these anymore. Does anyone know a goodd place to buy a combi-switch for a 1991 Isuzu Trooper II that will deliver to (or is located in) Colorado?

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Re: Q: Good place to order CombiSwitch 1991 Trooper?

Postby RickP » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:34 pm

Have you tried Jerry? Email him at jlemond at bellsouth.net.

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Re: Q: Good place to order CombiSwitch 1991 Trooper?

Postby maddogmurphy » Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:07 am

I haven't. I'll give him an email. Thanks!
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Re: Q: Good place to order CombiSwitch 1991 Trooper?

Postby batvette » Sun Apr 30, 2017 7:11 pm

maddogmurphy wrote:I've been troubleshooting my indicators for a bit, and the only thing I've yet to replace is the combi-switch, so I'm assuming that's the problem. The bigger problem I'm having though, is I can't find a place to buy one of these anymore. Does anyone know a goodd place to buy a combi-switch for a 1991 Isuzu Trooper II that will deliver to (or is located in) Colorado?

Thanks!


Well first off thats a poor reason to replace a component, but these are known to be troublesome so it may be defective.
Secondly if its anything like the combo switch in the rodeo, and I bet it is, don't waste money on a replacement till you try and fix yours. Lots of people have including me, all it really needs is to be taken apart and the contacts cleaned. Just remember this- it has several detent balls that are spring loaded and Isuzu specially engineered them to fly far and roll under dark spaces and get lost. I fixed mine without taking it out of the truck. Just spread a moving blanket over everything.
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