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Old 11-11-2003, 08:24 PM   #1
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Default Light sensor thingy fell!

Going to work this morning and I noticed my headlights were on, since there was plenty of sun and my DRL'* are disabled I figured something was goofy. I look up by the sensor and it was gone!
How can I get to that thing? Do I need to pull the entire gauge console out? or is it possible to get at it going under and behind? Hopefully I can find a pair of LONG NARROW needle nose or something to snag it.
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Kinda scary, i think your dash might need to drop, got a chiltons? I have mine here in mankato if you wanna get together sometime and do it..... Hell tonight after class would work for me!
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