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Fiat Punto Reverse Light Switches

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fiat PUNTO  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO

From Mar 2012 to present

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fiat PUNTO EVO reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO EVO

From Oct 2009 to Feb 2012

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fiat PUNTO EVO Van  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO EVO Van

From Mar 2009 to Feb 2012

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fiat GRANDE PUNTO Van  reverse light switches

fiat GRANDE PUNTO Van

From Apr 2008 to Oct 2010

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fiat GRANDE PUNTO  reverse light switches

fiat GRANDE PUNTO

From Oct 2005 to Oct 2010

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fiat GRANDE PUNTO Van  reverse light switches

fiat GRANDE PUNTO Van

From Oct 2005 to Jun 2013

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fiat PUNTO Van  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO Van

From Feb 2000 to Oct 2011

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fiat PUNTO  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO

From Sep 1999 to Sep 2011

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fiat PUNTO Van  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO Van

From Apr 1996 to Feb 2000

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fiat PUNTO Convertible  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO Convertible

From Apr 1994 to Jun 2000

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fiat PUNTO  reverse light switches

fiat PUNTO

From Sep 1993 to Sep 1999

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Fiat Punto Reverse Light Switches

Fiat Punto Reverse Light Switches Available Here. Your reverse lights are important safety features on your vehicle and must work properly. If either or both of your lights are always on, never on, or come on sporadically, your reverse light switch might be malfunctioning. These switches are what activate your reversing lights when you shift into reverse. If you drive a lorry, they also activate the warning buzzer when you back up. If a switch fails while you’re driving down the road, you’ll not only drive other motorists bonkers, you may even cause an accident. Reverse light switches are prone to shorting out. If they do, that’s what causes your reverse lights to flicker or intermittently go on and off. This, in turn, causes the bulbs to burn out much more quickly than normal.