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Headlight switch removal. Once I can get at the switch how does it come out?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    u will see when you have the dash detrimmed it is easy.

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Take off dash trim, under the switch is a button, push it in and pull out the knob. remove bolt holding switch and you will have to wiggle to get it out. when putting in the knob sometimes it will not want to catch, pull out knob rotate 120 and insert again, this was the hardest part.

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    Loosen the mounting bolts and nut of headlight assembly (A)-Santa Fe
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