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1989 Dodge Dakota Dimmer Switch

Where is the switch located no tilt wheel?

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  • bobdemmler Dec 05, 2008

    Lower portion of the Steering Column Below Dash. A Rod connects it to the turn signal Arm. I did find it.

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My dimmer switch is the head light switch.

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