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1995 Ford Ranger: I get to the Headlight switch..tighten

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How do I get to the Headlight switch in a 1995 Ford Ranger to tighten it up or replace it?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 5 years ago.

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You need to remove the finish panel on the drivers side to get to the switch. Below are the ford directions.

Instrument Cluster Finish Panel, Ranger and Explorer
Removal and Installation

Remove center finish panel, refer to removal procedure in this section.
Remove two (2) screws attaching instrument panel steering column cover (04459) and pull cover to collapse grasshopper clips two (2).
Remove metal knee bolster retaining screws (7) and remove knee bolster.
Remove six (6) screws attaching instrument panel steering column opening cover reinforcement.
Remove five (5) screws attaching instrument cluster finish panel.
Disconnect electrical connector to headlamp switch and thumb wheel rotary dimmer switch.
Remove instrument cluster finish panel.
For installation, follow removal procedure in reverse order

 

Once the trim is disconnected here is how to detach the headlamp switch.

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