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BAD HEAD LIGHT SWITCH FOR 1965 FORD MUSTANG

HOW HARD IS IT TO REPLACE

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At the bottom of the switch under the dash is a "button" that you push and this will release the knob and shaft from the switch itself. After the knob/shaft is removed, simply unscrew the switch from the dash and unplug the pigtail from the switch. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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