if your switch is located on the dash on the left side on the steering column, you will need to remove the access panel(s) under the column and carefully remove the wiring plug from the back of the switch. You should then be able to very carefully squeeze the tension tangs on the top and bottom of the switch (again, from behind the dash) and carefully push the switch through the hole.
If the switch is located on the heater control panel above the radio, you must remove the entire radio assembly, then remove the heater control panel being VERY careful to not break the clips that hold the control cables to the control panel. There will be very little room to move the panel around until you free the cables from the panel. Once you have the cables free, you can remove the tension washers to remove the vacuum lines and remove the wiring harnesses. You may also need to remove the control panel from the face plate to access the screws that hold the defrost switch. Reverse the procedure for reinstallation.
ignition switch is located on top of steering column you will need to drop column down to access it
Check the brake light switch on the brake pedal. Might have to replace it.
In most cases you will need to replace the turn signal switch on the steering wheel for your 1983 Chevy Caprice Classic rather than fixing it. To replace it, remove the horn pad and then use a steering wheel puller and compressor to remove the steering column. You will then remove the signal along with the wiring harness and bus fuses. Replace the signal and wiring and then replace the steering column itself.
Not all 91 Caprices came with rear window defrosters. You have to look in the glass in the back window to see if it has the small wires inside. The switch is usually on the right side of the climate control panel under the radio.
It is built into the switch and is not serviceable. You will have to replace the switch assembly.
how do i get the key tu turn in a 1995 caprice classic, if it stuck? It could be the ignition control switch located on top of the steering column which will need to be replaced or the key cylinder itself.
Possibly defective or misadjusted brake light switch.
you have to take the bottom steering column apart.
rpo #9c1 police package with dash switch near radio
Maybe a bad switch or motor Try reversing the wires on switch
check g/box inhibitor switch could be out of adjustment
Should be just up above on the brake pedal.
The flasher module may be bad try replacing that first. If that is not bad replace the turn signal cam in steering column. the toggle switch would be very hard to do.
it could be a bad vacuum line or it could be the the throttle position switch
it could be your window switch..try changing it
In most cases controlled by rear window defogger switch
First check the brake light fuse, if good, then test the brake light switch.
If there is no light at all in whole dash. first check the fuse second check the headlight control switch.
Attach the wiring harness to the and of your 1986 Chevrolet Caprice ignition switch. Slide the ignition switch into the ignition slot. Tighten the ignition switch with the retaining ring.
How to remove ignition switch
It's the driver's window defogger
Not sure about the '76, but the rear window defogger switch on my 1970 Coupe is located at about seat level on the left side of the center console (tunnel) cover. It is about 6" to 7" off the floor and just under the dashboard.
The 1986 Chevrolet Caprice starter relay switch is located in the fuse box. The relay switch is the first large switch on the right hand side of the fuse box.
I would check the fuse, it's in the driver door access panel. after that, blower itself, bad switch in dash. jr