Question about 1995 Suzuki Sidekick
You should be able to pick up a combination switch at a self service parts yard(like a Pick N Pull) for about $25-$35.
They are pretty easy to take off.
You need to remove the horn cover. I think four screws. Another four on the **** shaped covers over the combination switch itself.
Once the horn cover is off. You need a steering wheel puller. Very inexpensive at any automotive shop.
Pull the steering wheel, and the combination switch should pull straight up. Follow the wiring down the steering column and you will find a large plug. Unplug it and the switch will come off in your hands.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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