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Replacing turn signal on 2002 ford taurus

What are the steps to take to replace the switch?

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Take off the steering wheel covers. The switch is screwed on with two screws. It is easy to change. You haft to pull out the lock cylinder to remove the covers, turn it to run position, push a small screwdriver into the access hole and pull it straight out.

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