Super easy to get at the stalk/switch.- 3 torx screws on the bottom cover. remove it and you can take off the top cover.
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I have sent the following to the resources section, but here it is:
Replacing turn signal stalk on 2002 V-70
New switch shown in Picture 2. Note the electrical connector on the right and the gasket around the opening. Begin by removing the 3 torx screws from the bottom of the steering column cover shown in picture 3.
With those screws removed, pull down the bottom cover.
The top steering column cover is held in place with clips – seen in picture 4, pull up gently (a nylon pry tool is very useful here)
The switch is held in place by the 2 phillips head screws seen in picture 4. Undo the screws. The switch itself plugs into the 9 - pin electric socket shown in Picture 1, so it will take some
moderate pressure (and a bit of working up and down) to get it free.
Installation is the reverse of removal. It will take some pressure to get the electric connector to seat. The screws are there to hold the switch in place. Get it seated first, then install screws.
Then push covers together, seating gasket around the new switch, and install the 3 torx screws on the bottom cover.
Last edited by Astro14; 09-25-2012 at 08:43 AM.
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