O.K. Great, I do not blame you for not wanting to pay someone to do something you can do yourself.
You need to have a Torx (T-30 or T-20) possibly a T-25 and a small Phillips head screwdriver.
If you have a Junk or Salvage yard near you and they allow you to remove the part yourself, you can save even more. Another thing is that you can practice on the vehicle you are removing the part from and then you will be a pro at removing and installing these.
Once springs and stuff start falling out, the
multi-function switch is really a little beyond repair ...
Here are the step by step instructions with sketches.
(It is really not that bad).... Here we go.
If equipped, twist the tilt wheel handle and shank counterclockwise and remove.
Shank is indicated by the arrow.
Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds. - (You will need a small phillips head screwdriver).
Remove the three screws (1)
Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds (2)
To remove the multi-function switch.
(You will need a "Torx" ) T-30 or T-20 possibly a T-25, "It's been a while".
which looks like this
All you need is a basic low price one
You can get a good 10 pc. set for $11.00 here:
Finally, removing the Multi - Function Switch
Remove the two screws (1)
Disconnect the two electrical connectors. (2)
Remove the multi-function switch (3)
To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Torque Torx head bolts to (18 - 26 Lb/in)
Just snug that's all.
I hope this information helped.
If you have any problems or need any more help, just let me know by replying to this posting or Private Message me.
I hope this information helped you out.
Thursday, November 26th, 2009 AT 5:01 PM