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How do I replace the switch in my turn signal that controls the bright lights in my 1991 gmc sonoma

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Take the cover off of the steering colum and the whole lever pops in where the switch is and you just change out the whole thing if you have cruise control there will be a wire with a connector that you have to disconnect and then reconnect the new one.

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