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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dimmer switch replacement
Air bags have to be removed, but the steering column could be left in vechile. Although, it is easier to work with when it's out of vechile. And I'ld go someplace else. That seems a bit high for that job.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
SOURCE: where is the dimmer switch
the dimmer switch is located in the steering column and is a part of the turn signal module. you must remove the steering wheel,column cover to remove the turn signal/dimmer switch module.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
the turn signle lever, in the columb tricky to do , it was about 160 for a columb repair shop to do
there are some relays under the hood on the fire wall passenger side. mine has what the relays are under the relay cover it looks like a big T see if it clicks when you pull on the turn siginal lever a relay may be the problem
Posted on May 16, 2009
You must have a bare wire at the back of your truck that's shorting out where gravel stones have pounded the outside coating off. If you have an after market trailer plug on there, you might want to check that out too. The connections to your main wires from the trailer plug, are never done properly, and always cause problems somewhere.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
it is both replacable and repairable.
1. remove steering wheel
2. take off locking plate with two screwdrivers
3. remove locking plate
4. remove retaing screws and take out turn signal lever
5remove screws from hazzard switch (3)
6.take off panel under the dash to get to wire harness
7.remove harness and switch assembly
use wire or string tied to harness to pull that back thru the steering column
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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