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VW Parts Catalog > Electrical System > Ignition Switches (Electrical)
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Dune Buggy Ignition Switch
Dune Buggy Ignition Switch
Price: $11.95

This heavy duty SIMPLE design is all many vw based cars cars (trikes, manx, sandrail, dune buggy, etc) need. HD Construction for long life, and it's EASY to wire up! 4 Positions, On-Off-START-Accessory, and comes with 2 keys. more info
Ignition Switch, 1972-74 1/2 Beetle, Super Beetle, THING, Karmann Ghia, and Type 3 , 111-905-865K
Ignition Switch, 1972-74 1/2 Beetle, Super Beetle, THING, Karmann Ghia, and Type 3 , 111-905-865K
Price: $16.95

Ignition Switch, 1972-74 1/2 Beetle, Super Beetle, THING, Karmann Ghia, and Type 3 , 111-905-865K is the electrical portion of the ignition switch. Test the new one before taking it all apart, the harness plugs into the back, easy access!

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Hard Start Relay Kit (Generic WR-1), 12V, 3516-11
Hard Start Relay Kit (Generic WR-1), 12V, 3516-11
Price: $17.95

Hard Start Relay Kit (Generic WR-1), 12V, 3516-11 does NOT work on 6V cars! 40 years ago VW guys had a tough time starting their 6V VW's on cold mornings, and with some thinkin' they used a VW Horn Relay to bypass the run from back-front-back with a factory relay to shorten the voltage trip. It worked well and was the inspiration for this in a 12V version. This Relay Kit is 1/2 the price of the Bosch WR-1 version! more info
Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1974-79 Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Thing, and Type 2 , 171-905-865
Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1974-79 Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Thing, and Type 2 , 171-905-865
Price: $17.95

Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1974-79 Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Thing, and Type 2 , 171-905-865 is the electrical portion of the ignition switch. This switch unplugs so you can swap the switch without disconnecting the battery! One trick with this model if you are unsure if the switch is bad, get the new switch, you can unplug the old one, and plug it into the new one, PRIOR TO INSTALLING IT! Just use a screwdriver to rotate and see if proper operation is achieved. If so, then swap the switch. If not, the problem is elsewhere! more info
Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1971 Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Type 3, and 1971-74 Type 2, 111-905-865F
Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1971 Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Type 3, and 1971-74 Type 2, 111-905-865F
Price: $21.95

Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1971 Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Type 3, and 1971-74 Type 2, 111-905-865F is the electrical portion of the ignition switch. This switch has wires and connectors that run all the way to the fuse box, so remember to disconnect the battery before you start any work, so you don't burn any wiring up! more info
Ignition Switch, 1958-67 Beetle, 111-905-803D-111-803D
Ignition Switch (with keys), 1958-67 Beetle, 111-905-803D-111-803D
Price: $24.95

Ignition Switch, 1958-67 Beetle, 111-905-803D-111-803D is used to replace many of the 40+ year old ignition switches that finally gave up the ghost! This switch sends power to the car when the key is on, and to the starter when you are trying to CRANK". This switch is very easy to replace, it's only held in place by a single screw!

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Bug Me Video How-to DVD, Volume 10, Electrical Troubleshooting, by Rick Higgins
Bug Me Video How-to DVD, Volume 10, Electrical Troubleshooting, by Rick Higgins
Price: $29.95

Volume 10: The newest addition to the Volkswagen Bug-Me-Video collection might just be the answer to your electrical nightmare. This video will show you Electrical Troubleshooting tips for battery care, starting system, charging system, how to convert 6 Volt to 12 Volt, turn signal arm replacement, ignition switch, how to install gauges, how to solder and much, much more! more info
Ignition Switch with Key, 1955 1/2 - 67 Type 2, 211-905-811C-211-811C
Ignition Switch with Key, 1955 1/2 - 67 Type 2, 211-905-811C-211-811C
Price: $29.95

Ignition Switch with Key, 1955 1/2 - 67 Type 2, 211-905-811C-211-811C is the electrical and mechanical portion of the ignition switch, which is on the dashboard. It's held in place with a Phillips head screw. This requires slight mods to fit 1967 models! more info
Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1968-70 Beetle, Karmann Ghia, and Type 3 , 311-905-865A
Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1968-70 Beetle, Karmann Ghia, and Type 3 , 311-905-865A
Price: $34.95

Ignition Switch, Electrical Portion, 1968-70 Beetle, Karmann Ghia, and Type 3 , 311-905-865A is the electrical portion of the ignition switch. This switch has wires and connectors that run all the way to the fuse box, disconnect battery before the swap!

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Quick Change Ratchet Wire Crimping Tool, 6 Pieces, T3001
Quick Change Ratchet Wire Crimping Tool, 6 Pieces, T3001
Price: $94.95

Quick Change Ratchet Wire Crimping Tool, 6 Pieces, T3001 includes 5 Chrome Moly Zinc-plated Dies, Carbon Steel Ratchet Tool, and a hard plastic storage case. This is the best crimping tool we've ever used, it does insulated and non-insulated terminals, open barrel terminals, and even spark plug wires! Stop crimping wires with channel locks and vice-grips, and use a REAL WIRE CRIMPER! Terminal pulled out? Spark plug wire end keeps coming off? Need to shorten your coil wire? NO PROBLEM!

We use this wire crimper here at ACN, and after decades of using the cheap wire crimpers, we'll never go back!
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