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Hazard switch How do you fix the hazard switch? Is that a fuse?

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The hazard switch replaced as a complete unit. You have to remove the trim around your radio that the switch sits in.

  1. Apply the park brake.
  2. Adjust the shift lever to LOW.
  3. Using a small flat-bladed tool, remove the ignition switch bezel(the ring around the key switch).
  4. Using a flat-bladed tool, disengage the accessory trim plate from the I/P.
  5. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
  6. Remove the cigar lighter from the accessory trim plate(you really don't need to do this step).
  7. Remove the I/P accessory switch mounting plate bracket bolts and bracket.
  8. Remove the accessory trim plate.
Then you can push in the pins and slide the switch out and put in the new one.

Good luck

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