Test of 1951 Buick Lighting Switch

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  • The 1956 Buick stop lights are controlled by a hydraulic switch mounted in the master cylinder. The switch is closed by hydraulic pressure when the brakes are applied. The stop light circuit is protected by the 9 ampere “Direction Signal” fuse mounted on the fuse block under the cowl.

    Either 1951 Buick lighter is heated by pressing the knob in until it latches; the knob will automatically unlatch and return to “off” position when heated to proper temperature.

  • The combination tail, stop, and direction signal lamp on each rear fender contains one 32-4 CP lamp bulb which provides a 4 CP tail light and separate stop and direction signal lights which use the same 32 CP filament. The 1956 Buick tail lights are controlled by the lighting switch and the circuit is protected by the switch thermo circuit breaker.

    Each front parking and signal lamp contains one 32-4 CP lamp bulb which provides a 4 CP parking light and a separate 32 CP direction signal light. The pins on lamp bulb and slots in socket are offset to prevent improper installation of bulb in socket. The 1956 Buick parking light is controlled by the lighting switch and the circuit is protected by the switch thermo circuit breaker.

  • The Guide T-3 Safety-Aimer makes it possible to precision-aim Guide T-3 headlamps in a minimum amount of time. No screens or other aiming equipment are needed and aiming can be accomplished in daylight or darkness without the 1956 Buick headlights turned on. Floor space requirements are cut considerably since only enough room is needed for a man to walk around the car. This aimer comes from the factory with the level bubbles accurately set. Pads on its base make it possible for it to be used as a level to check any given area.

10-51 1956 BUICK INTERIOR LIGHTS AND CIGAR LIGHTERS

The 1951 Buick lighting switch is a “push-pull” type which also incorporates a manually operated rheostat for controlling the map and instrument panel lights. Three “push-pull” positions of the switch knob provide control of the exterior lights as follows: