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How do you remove/replace the light switch on the dash

I need to replace the light switch on the left side of the dash. How do I remove it? The replacement I have just looks like it would plug in??
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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    well all switch's plug in, what do u mean?.

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It's easy, I had a 98 F-150 (same switch) and I removed the switch a couple of times.

Disconnect Neg battery cable, then turn switch to ON position and pull knob outward to the fog light ON position. Using a small screwdriver, pry the knob off the headlight switch.

Turn the knob 180 degrees from the ON position an reinstall it back onto the headlight switch.

Turn the headlight switch to the OFF position, then rotate the knobclokcwise as far as possible and hold it. This will enable the lockingtab on the back to retract and the headlight switch to be removed fromthe instrument panel.


Source - http://www.fordf150.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=208528

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