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How to change/get to the brake switch o. 2000 Yukon denali new body style

Steering column is in the way

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    Tony Sep 30, 2016

    I got that it still doesn't help me with the steering column; still can't reach around to get the clip off



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You push the seat all the way back you go under on your back.

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