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How is a headlight switch removed from 1991 Jeep Laredo

Parking lights work but not headlights unless pulling on arm

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To remove switch, first take off plastic dash covering, then remove the nut that holds the switch onto dash, or, if there is a seperate section around switch remove that first. To get the switch "button" out of switch, there is a small button on the top of the switch, hold it down and the button and shaft comes right out. Reverse to install

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