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    Hi!
    Does anybody know how to remove the lights-on/off unit in the dashboard?
    I'm afraid to damage it if I try to pry it off, perhaps there are some clips or hidden screws?

    Thanx.

    Best Regards,
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    if I remember correctly you push the switch in and turn it (as if turning the lights on) and it will release

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    Correct, just push in and turn. The whole switch unit can then be removed.

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    Hi.
    Thanx alot for the rapid response! I just popped out of the office to my car and had ago with it, and it worked perfectly!

    Thanx again!!!

    Best Regards,
    Rune J

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    So did I

    Comes out real nice and easy, now a question, can I replace my unit with AFL lights (No Headlight Adjustment switch) With a normal one?

    I know the Headlight Adjuster switch wont work, but I could use the 4 position switch for another usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hirobofly View Post
    Hi.
    Thanx alot for the rapid response! I just popped out of the office to my car and had ago with it, and it worked perfectly!

    Thanx again!!!

    Best Regards,
    Rune J
    glad to help out mate!

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