1996 Chevy S-10 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 200k miles
i was removing the trim panel to change out a faulty headlight switch, and I didnt think to lower steering wheel and broke off hazard light switch on top of steering column. Now they flash constantly. I removed the hazard fuse and they stopped but so did my brake lights. How do I go about replacing
that little red switch. Tyvm
The hazard button is a part of the multi function switch. I don't believe that it can be fixed/replaced individually. You may be able to slide a small flat head screw driver to pop the button to the "OFF" position, but to properly repair it, you need to replace the entire switch.