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How do I replace the ignition switch on my 74 MGB

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After removing the column covers, (screws in holes underneath) The 2 unslotted studs holding the ignition and steering lock assembly onto the column are anti-theft screws. They will turn by hitting them on the edges with a hammer and small sharp chisel - counter clockwise.

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I don't have repair info on a model that old, but the normal procedure is to follow the circuit from the brake light switch thru the turn signal switch and find out where you are loosing power.
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I have a 74 MGB. All the running lights are working, except the drivers rear. The side running light, tail light, and licence plate light are all on the same circuit. If I unplug them all I get power, but...


You have a high resistance there, it is very common on all BMC products of that era, usualy a dirty contact on the switch, it is the red wire on the light switch, try pulling it off and also pull one of the big blue ones and push the red on to where the blue one was, see if this gives tail lights when the main or dip is selected (tone wont work as you disconnected it!) if so then the switch is faulty.

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