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How do I remove the headlight dimmer switch on my 1987 Nissan pickup truck

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Their's a clip holding it on.

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HOW TO REMOVE HEADLIGHT DIMMER SWITCH ON MY 1987 NISSAN PICK UP TRUCK


Remove the plastic covers over the steering column, the screws are on the underside of the "clam shell" covers, the, two screws for the switch and remove the wiring connectors and transfer to the new switch..

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I have a 1987 Nissan pickup. With no headlights plugged in, I get 12 volts of power to the headlight plugs. As soon as I plug headlights in, I get no power on the volt-meter.


Are the headlights working ? If so they would pull current thru the switch and leave nothing for the meter.
If not you could have a weak connection between the headlight switch and the source of power, including inside the switch. The connection could be good enough to power the meter but not good enough to power the lights.

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I have a 1995 nissan pickup, the headlight works on din only. I have tried changing out headlights still not working.


try checking dimmer switch, if bad replace , if it has any adjustment check this, most will click when going from dim to high

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