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Old 05-03-2016, 07:29 AM
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Default Windshield washer switch

Hi,

Does anyone have a photo or diagram of how the windshield washer switch mounts to the clock/map-light assembly?

Thanks.

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Hi again,

I sussed it out. The switch actually attaches to the lever mount under the dash.

Thanks again.

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There should be a U shaped clip that holds it to a bracket behind the lever.
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