how do you remove the light switch on a 1989 honda acccord

Asked by Sep 28, 2012 at 10:08 PM about the 1989 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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pull the four or dive phillips head screws out of the shround that covers the rear portion of the steering wheel. they are all on the bottom side . seperate the shroud with a flat screwdriver and remove the top cover. There are four small gold screws that hold the turn signal switch in place. you only need to pulll the very top and very bottom screw to remove the switch. After that is done take a flat screwdriver and slip it underneath the top section of the switch assembly and LIGHTLY pry up as you pull turn signal switch toward the drivers door. it will slide out. Then push in the release tab on the wire harness and slide the harness out of the switch. installation is exactly reverse with the exception of the screw driver release for the switch. After you connect your wires back on the switch just slides in and you'll hear it lock in place. Hope this helps. AJ

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