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Old 09-16-2016, 02:01 PM   #1
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Can I hazard a question

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I have my instrument cluster out right now and was thinking about painting the plastic face that the cluster bolts into with plastidip spray.....the soft touch is scratched. How do you get the hazard plug off the back...it has a sprint clip on one side but a ridge on the other will not let it go backward ???

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Release that clip and it slides down and out (not out the back).
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you mean painting or removing the switch ??

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