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Removing Torx Screws

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You might expect the switch to just pull out of its home. It doesn’t. There are two T-20 Torx screws holding it into the column. Be sure to unplug and replug all the wires going into the back of it. There isn’t much slack so it might be a little difficult, but it is doable. The hazard switch that controls the brake lights and turn lights plugs into the middle of the master switch (behind where the Torx driver is here). Don’t forget to plug it in, like I did. After screwing the master switch in, but before putting the steering column cover back on, have a friend watch all the lights outside the Jeep to make sure that they all work.