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WTB: wiring harness connector from a parts car

if anyone has a parts car, im looking for a wiring harness connector. its the one that plugs into the TOP of the multifunction headlight/wiper switch....the dealer has it for $40, which seems a little silly for a small piece of plastic.

anyone have this?
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come on, someone must have access to a parts car they can pull this from
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Might help if you list what type of vehicle the harness is for.
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for my 98 ranger
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Elaborate on where it's located. I'll get you one for $20 shipped from my local yard. Bunch of rangers out there. Is it in the steering column or in the dash?
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ive got a pic back at my house but im in the office....the wiring harness comes from the dash, and plugs into the steering column where the multifunction switch is. there are 2 plugs that plug into the multifunction switch, and this is the plug on the top of it. its gray. does that make sense?
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I'm sure I have one. I'll look when I go down to the garage.
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Hey man I forgot to dig one out but didn't want to keep you hangin. I have like 3 complete columns and a couple more in pieces. I'll get one out tommorrow for sure. I had about 7 people in the garage and driveway this evening...lol
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haha no probem

how much you want? you have paypal?
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