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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes , i have a 96 mine done the same thing , i was removing the dash cover to install a radio accidently broke mine , i had to push down on what remained and wedged a sheetrock screw to hold it in place till i could get a new one
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
It involves a little tricky manouvering under the dash to reach the switch and you need to be very aware of the orientation when fitting. PLEASE BE AWARE that you are messing with the brake pedal and if you fit this part incorrectly you could interfere with the brake pedal travel and cause a dangerous driving situation. Only fit this part once you have fully inspected the part to be removed, and preferably look at a workshop diagram. Some switches are easy some are not. Most take me 10-15 mins.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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