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Old 07-26-2003, 08:01 PM   #1
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Getting light switch out to take bezel out?

Ok let's see who can answer this faster..........I am taking out my dash pieces to customize it a little and I don't know how to take off the headlight switch without breaking it so I can get my bezel out.........anyone have any idea? Thanks
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Just PULLLLLL Hard. then you will see how it was held in, and you can bend back the little metal clip b4 you put it back in
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What he said. Its a pain to get out.
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thanks guys your a hell of alot more help than that 3.8 site...........
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haha i just had that problem. . . its a #####.
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Turn the light switch until you can see a slot at hte base of the knob. There is a clip in there. The clip needs to be relased. To do this, the little metal bracket you can see, needs to be pressed out towards the front of the knob, in conjunction with pulling the knob at hte same time.

But really, Pulling is hte easier way
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LOL yeah i just yanked that mofo out...but my bros didnt want to come out, so you gotta stick a flat head screwdriver in and pull at the same time....it comes out
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