Question about Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Begin sitting in the front passenger seat. Open the glove box. Find the screw attached to the dash board (on the left). Remove that screw. Move to the driver’s seat. Remove the narrow panel that holds the light bulb below the steering wheel. There are two plastic clips that hold that piece on the car. Removing that panel reveals a few Phillips head screws. Remove those screws. With the driver’s door open, locate the fuse panel. Remove that panel. You will see a few screws there, remove the lower screw. Next, tilt the steering wheel as low as you can get it. Slowly (using your hands only) pry the panel just above the steering wheel outward toward yourself. Slowly move toward the radio pulling the panel toward you. Once you have freed the large panel, fish your hand in behind it to disconnect the hazard button.Once that has been disconnected, pull up on the panel to move it past the steering wheel (it is a tight fit).
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