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How to replace hazard, turn control box in stering column 98jimmy

I am replacing the hazard, turn, cruise control box in stiering column. I got one out of junk yard by cutting wires can any one tell me how to get wires off turminals.
how to removing wires from hazard switch on 98 jimmy

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The wire harness slides down the tube for the steering column. You should not have cut them!!!

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