Question about 2001 Buick Century
You said I didn't have to remove the steering wheel. I've always had to remove the steering wheel on older cars to get at the turn signal controls and switches. Can you elaborate why this would be any different?
This switch is not mounted around the column it is mounted on the side. Remove the clamshell around the column and you you can see the switch is mounted with 2 or3 screws. The harness goes down through the column. These are pretty simple to change. No special tools required exept may internal torx because some of these are held in with external torx screws. Please let me know what you find and please rate. Also if you still need more reassurance go to a parts store and look at the new part.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The Buick Century is equipped with a
multi-switch. This switch is an all in one switch that controls your
cruise control, windshield wipers and turn signals in one switch. This
switch also controls dimming and brightening of your headlights. The
dimmer switch is simple to replace, and all you need is a phillips head
screwdriver to complete the task.
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