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Old 08-06-2020, 10:49 PM
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The switch on a bird is always on the frame. On the sedans, the switch is attached to the master cylinder.

I usually use a socket and a long extension. I've removed them from the top and underneath. Make sure that is your problem before trying to remove it. Use a piece of metal (maybe a #8 or #10 machine bolt) to connect both terminals. If the lights go on, than it's the switch. You can use a test light too - one of the wires should be hot. If not, the switch may be ok

While it better to use a deep socket, it can be done with a regular length socket

Remember to disconnect the battery first.

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