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Old 11-28-2006, 07:05 PM   #11
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Very cool dude! I have to say it is interesting, I'd love to know what makes them different. I'll also have to check mine and see if it has melted and I need a new one, I'm sure a replacement would be a good idea anyway as I have a lot of symptoms already of it.

My one question:
Does the newer (96/97) switch fit easily into the same hole on the dash?
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My one question:
Does the newer (96/97) switch fit easily into the same hole on the dash?
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Old 11-28-2006, 10:19 PM   #13
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It'* an exact fit. Even the connectors are the same. It'* all the same cool functions without the added heat and melting.
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Ok, time for a 96 or up switch, who'* got one for me? lol
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Thanks 93SLE, Boosty is boxing it up now! If I need another one, I'll let you know lol
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Boxing nothing..

It'* already in the mail. Post office took it out of my hands and into the sorting bin around 10:30pm
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Hey is this guy good or what??? Let'* hear it
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Ok, so here I am removing the twilight sentinel switch...uhmm..how do I remove the **** so i can get the unit off? LOL

Update: Figured out from other sources that the metal clip is a retention clip, pushing it in will remove the **** quite easily, you need a small slotted screwdriver to do so.

I've got the new unit in and no internal lights working when headlamps are on, trying to figure that out now... lol
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