To remove the headlight switch, you need to remove part of the dash panel as seen below highlighted in red. This panel easily pops off by prying in one corner and working your way around until it pops out. Depending on if you have column shift, you may have to fenangle it past the shifter. You will also see to red circles where you need to remove screws.
Next, you will see another screw, remove that one. 3 total.
You will notice a screw just below the cigarette lighter, you do not need to remove this one.
This screw here, needs to be removed.
Pull the switch all the way out. You will see a little metal tab. Take a small screwdriver, and push the tab towards you as your sitting in the seat.
Unscrew the back ****, counterclockwise.
Now you can pull the upper panel out and away. You don't have to remove it all the way. Just enough to give you some room.
Now remove the 2 screws from the switch and pull the switch out. You will have to pull and turn the switch from left to right until it comes out. Reverse that to put back in.
1995 Bonneville Recall:
Recall Reason EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS
Recall Date OCT 04, 1994
Model Affected BONNEVILLE
Potential Units Affected 1997
THESE VEHICLES WERE ASSEMBLED WITH LIGHTING CONTROL MODULES WHICH CAN EXPERIENCE EXCESSIVE CURRENT LEAKAGE DUE TO DAMAGED SURFACE MOUNTING CAPACITORS. THIS CAN CAUSE LOSS OF HEAD LAMPS AND PARKING LAMPS.
SUDDEN LOSS OF HEADLAMPS CAN CAUSE REDUCED DRIVER VISIBILITY WHICH CAN RESULT IN A VEHICLE ACCIDENT. ALSO, THE HEAD LAMPS CANNOT BE TURNED OFF, OR THEY MAY TURN ON WHILE THE VEHICLE IS PARKED, RESULTING IN LOSS OF BATTERY CHARGE AND INABILITY TO RESTART THE CAR.
DEALERS WILL REPLACE THE HEADLAMP MODULE.
GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
NHTSA campaign number: 94V190000