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TRIUMPH TR6
PLATE ER
IGNITION SWITCHES AND STEERING
COLUMN LOCKS, 1970 UP TO 1976
IGNITION SWITCHES AND STEERING COLUMN LOCKS, 1970 UP TO 1976
Please Note:
Early ignition and starter switches, which were
mounted beside the choke control on the heater switch plinth,
are listed in Section EM.  Ignition and starter switches with
steering column locks were fitted to U.S. and German models
beginning in 1970.  They were fitted to models for some other
markets at different times, and they may have been optional
prior to 1970.
IGNITION AND STARTER SWITCHES AND STEERING
COLUMN LOCKS,
U.S. models
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
for use wherever
1
steering locking is fitted up to comm. no.
CC50000
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
U.S. models, fitted from
1
comm. no. CC50000 up to CF1
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Waso brand, U.S.
1
models, fitted from comm. no. CF1 up to
CF12500 approx.
ER1
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Waso brand, U.S.
1
models, fitted after comm. no. CF12500 approx.
ER2
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Wilmot Breeden brand,
1
U.S. models, fitted after comm. no. CF12500
approx.; alternative to part no. UKC2720/1
ER3
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
only available
1
replacement at the time of writing; OEM
manufacturer; supplied for all replacements
ER4
Screw,
torque-head, clamping switch and lock
2
assembly to outer steering column
Please Note:
The only available switch and lock
assembly may vary slightly in design from the
component originally fitted to your car.  We do not
want you to attempt modifications to your car which
are beyond your capabilities.
This is a safety
critical component, and you must realize that
your safety and that of your passengers is in your
hands.
If you find that you are out of your depth,
please call our technical help line, or seek other
professional assistance.  We will accept this item
back for a full refund if you cannot use it, provided
that it is in `'as-new'' condition.
Please Note:
A free electrical component is included
with the replacement switch and lock assembly
listed above.  If this generic electrical component
does not fit your car, you must either re-use your old
one or purchase a new electrical component from
the list below.
IGNITION AND STARTER SWITCHES AND STEERING
COLUMN LOCKS,
all models except U.S."
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
for use anywhere
1
steering locking is fitted up to comm. no.
CP50000
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Waso brand, all
1
models except U.S., fitted from comm. no. CP52000
approx. up to CR5000 approx.
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Wilmot Breeden brand,
1
all models except U.S., fitted from comm. no.
CP52000 approx. up to CR5000 approx.; alternative
to part no. 216449/2
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Waso brand, all models
1
except U.S., fitted after comm. no. CR5000 approx.
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
Wilmot Breeden brand,
1
all models except U.S., fitted after comm. no.
CR5000 approx.; alternative to part no. UKC2719/1
Plate No.
Part No.
Description
No. Off
IGNITION AND STARTER SWITCHES AND STEERING
COLUMN LOCKS,
all models except U.S.--Continued
SWITCH AND LOCK ASSEMBLY,
only available
1
replacement at the time of writing; OEM
manufacturer; supplied for all replacements
Screw,
torque-head, clamping switch and lock
2
assembly to outer steering column
Please Note:
The only available switch and lock
assembly may vary slightly in design from the
component originally fitted to your car.  We do not
want you to attempt modifications to your car which
are beyond your capabilities.
This is a safety
critical component, and you must realize that
your safety and that of your passengers is in your
hands.
If you find that you are out of your depth,
please call our technical help line, or seek other
professional assistance.  We will accept this item
back for a full refund if you cannot use it, provided
that it is in `'as-new'' condition.
Please Note:
A free electrical component is included
with the replacement switch and lock assembly
listed above.  If this generic electrical component
does not fit your car, you must either re-use your old
one or purchase a new electrical component from
the list below.
IGNITION SWITCHES AND STEERING COLUMN LOCKS,
1970 UP TO 1976
ELECTRICAL SWITCH COMPONENTS
Please Note:
Information on electrical switch
components is sketchy and incomplete.  The
components listed in this section are the ones which
we have encountered during our years of
experience.  Before ordering, you should check the
Lucas part number on your old component.  To do
this, you must remove one screw which retains the
electrical component in the switch and lock
assembly.  You will find the five-digit Lucas part
number, usually with an alphabetical prefix, on the
plastic body of the component.  If the Lucas part
number on your old electrical component is
different from any of the numbers given below,
please telephone our technical help line for
assistance.
ER5
Electrical Switch Component,
Lucas part no. 30399
1
Electrical Switch Component,
Lucas part no. 39415
1
Electrical Switch Component,
Lucas part no. 39911
1
ER6
Screw,
securing switch component in barrel of switch
1
and lock housing
CRASH PROTECTION DETAILS
ER7
Cover,
protection, switch and lock assembly
1
ER8
Strap,
securing protection cover to switch and lock
1
assembly, for Waso brand switch and lock
assemblies
Strap,
securing protection cover to switch and lock
1
assembly, for Wilmot Breeden brand switch and
lock assemblies
HARDWARE,
securing strap to protection cover
1
ER9
Washer,
plain
2
ER10
Washer,
lock
2
ER11
Nut,
hex
2
Plate No.
Part No.
Description
No. Off








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