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My dashboard lights on my 1992 Lumina Euro Sedan are not working and I have been told I need a new headlight switch. I have been searching for one on the web with no luck...Help!

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Well before you buy a new switch get yourself a can of switch cleaner and give this switch a good soaking with the cleaner it wont hurt any thing and could well get the switch working again

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