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Old 03-07-2010, 07:14 AM   #1
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If your changing your multi function switch it's easy. No need to remove the wheel. You need to start by removing the screws that hold the two pieces of the column cover together Click the image to open in full size.then drop the lower cover. Once that's done you can move the upper cover out of the way to expose the 2 torx screws holding it on Click the image to open in full size.one on the bottom, and one hiding up top Click the image to open in full size.take out the 2 screws and disconnect the wiring on the back of the switch,Click the image to open in full size.install new switch, installation is reverse of removal. Click the image to open in full size.
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funny, I just replaced mine last weekend! This weekend I replaced the ignition switch, shifter boot and door locks. All the electronics in my column are brand new and what a difference. funny how you don't know things are broke until you fix them My "key in reminder" apparently never worked until I replaced the ignition switch when all of the sudden I heard a 'ding'! Plus, when I replaced my multifunction switch, that fixed my weird "only one side is flashing while the hazards are on" issue.

NOTE: I bought all my parts from the Ford Dealer I work for and the Parts Manager said that most of the parts I bought had been "improved" over the years, you can tell by the red hazard switch, if yours' is red, it's the old kind, if it's black, your good to go!
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