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Temperature Hand in dash reading NORMAL ?
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You probably could. However, I would hit up a wrecking yard and pull one. Sounds like the connection on the backside wore out, got overheated, and melted the soldering on the back side. You could also pull this, fix the wire, and possibly the soldering if you have a soldering gun (if the soldering came loose). I had this happen with my Corolla with the light switch. More simply, you could install a switch your self, fused, and run the power wire to the accessory port on the fuse box...I do not suggest that - I suggest getting a new one (spendy) or getting one from a wrecking yard. Sometimes they already have these pulled, or you'll find one sitting in the vehicle because someone took it all apart who was after something else and they just left it set there.
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