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HOW TO REPLACE HAZARD SWITCH IN 1997 CHEVY BLAZER. IT WILL NOT GO OFF

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You have to unhook the battery then you have to remove the two screws that hold the horn on next remove the ring that has three screws in it and then remove the center nut pull the steering wheel with a steering wheel puller, you can rent it ad return it for your money back next use the U shaped clamp to compress the center plate down 1/4 of an inch then with two picks remove snap ring, next pull plate off, next unhook the wiring harness and pull the three screws out of the turn signal switch and pull switch out of column and replace with new switch.

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