Question about 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche
am not sure if you are talking about the right part. if the sensor you are talking about is the one that comes through the center of the dash then that sensor is for the automatic lights. With that sensor in the dash your lights will be on all the time now. To get the sensor you will have to remove all the 7mm screws that are under the dash trim. To remove the dash trim just grab it and pull towards you it is held in with clips. remove radio and cluster and push your hand into centre till you can grab sensor. it is hard to get but will some patience you will win. good luck
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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