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How do I remove SWITCH MODULE - 2004 FORD FREESTAR (3F2Z10D996AAA)? I can reach the module and lift the clips on the left side of the module, but it will not slide out.

Sorry. It is the three button switch on the lower part of the dash to the right of the steering column labeled Setup, Info, and Reset.

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The numbers don't help us, Ken Which switch are you trying to replace? Plugs to get hard to pull out..

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