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Need instructions on replaceing a dimmer switch on a 2004 impala with criuse control

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Behind sterring wheel is a 2 piece cover, remove screws from cover remove cover [it also snaps together] after removing the cover the switch iseasily replaced

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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hi!!

Check wiring, specially the plug on dimmer control, look for loose connector and ground, if OK, check dimmer switch resistance (brite = less oms, dim = more oms.) if no or uneven reading, replace dimmer switch.

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