How do I take off the steering column cover to change the turn signal switch on an 01 Saturn l200

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Asked by K9copper Jan 24, 2013 at 06:16 AM about the 2001 Saturn L-Series 4 Dr L200 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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DavidH25
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Before you start taking apart the steering column remember the air bag is under the black cover on the steering wheel....don't want you to get a big surprise..or get seriously hurt. But if you know the turn signal switch needs to be replaced, Google those keywords and there is a how to video on that

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