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Multifuction switch How hard is it to change the multifuntion switch on my 2004 Sebring???

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This is for a 97 but it may give you some help...

MULTI-FUNCTION WIPER SWITCH
REMOVAL
Tilt the column up and remove the six screws holding the lower column shroud.
Tilt the column down and remove the upper shroud Upper Shroud Removal
Tilt the column up and remove the one steering column tilt lever screw at base of lever. Remove tilt lever and lower shroud.
Using a screwdriver in place of the lever, tilt the column down. Remove the two mounting screws on the switch and remove the switch. Remove the wiring from the hooks and disconnect the two electrical connections on the multi-function switch. Remove the multi-function switch.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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