How to relocate parking light switch?
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    Question How to relocate parking light switch?

    Can somebody post instructions on how to relocate the parking lite switch. i wanna relocate it next to the cruise control switch. pls. if possible include pics so itll easier for me and those who wanna do the same hing.

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    Dang! does somebody know how to do this?

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    Try www.scoobymods.com

    If there is a tutorial to do this, it will likely be there, however, don't be suprised if you don't find what you're looking for.

    What you need to do is:

    1. remove the steering column cover
    2. take the switch out (may be held in place by screws, may pop out, dunno.
    3. get a couple of pieces of wire to extend from its current location.
    4. use a dremel tool to cut the blank plate next to the CC pushbutton.
    5. mount the parking light switch in the plate, glue from the back side, if necessary.
    6. wire it up.

    Take your time & double check everything. If you're not sure about what you're about to do, get someone to help you. If you don't want to take it on yourself, take your car to a car stereo installation place and have them do it.

    Good luck,

    Curtis

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