Question about Dodge Ram B250
The only switch that you need to remove is the signal switch and hazard button that are held with screws.the hazard button has a screw(in the button)that holds the button to the side of the switch and the signal switch is held by 3 screws that you should see looking down at the switch.the one screw you will have to turn the switch to either left or right signal to gain access to it.disconnect the switch connection under the dash so you can pull up the switch to gain more access to the system.you will have to remove the ignition switch,with the key in there should be a small hole in the housing that you push a small pick or pin or drill into to push up the lock tab to remove the ignition switch.then you can continue.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks ... going at it now. Then hopefully will tighten the play somehow. May have to remove bearing snap ring ? PVR"
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