Trying to find cruise control button covers for a 1997 Ford Explorer

Asked by Aug 01, 2013 at 09:52 PM about the Ford Explorer Sport

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I don't believe you will find any, you will wind up replacing the switches.

Check on ebay motors for some good deals on the switchs. Not at all difficult to install, just make sure that you disconnect BOTH leads from the battery. The airbag will have to be removed to get to the swiths by removing the small plastic plugs on each side of the steering column. You can then gain access to the small screws that hold the airbag in place. Remove the electrical clips from each old switch, Unscrew the old switchs and be CAREFUL when you disconnect their connections. Older ones are a little fragile. Reverse for the install and you are good to go!! Best of luck. Git er done!

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