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Q: Hazard light switch fell into dashboard

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The hazard light switch fell into the dashboard after I pressed it to turn it off.

A: It sounds like the clips that hold the swit...

It sounds like the clips that hold the switch have broken. I would recommend having the hazard switch replaced by a certified technician.

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