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How do I replace headlight switch in my 95 Pontiac Bonneville

How do I replace headlight switch in my 95 Pontiac Bonneville

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Assuming that u have replaced any bad fuses. you have to remove the cover around the instrument panel. then u need to have a socket small enough to remove the screws that hold the head light switch in place. the head light switch knob should come out. you may have to pull it out first before u take the cover off. then remove the old switch and disconect the wires then replace the switch. i hope this helps

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