You need to take off the trim piece that goes across the entire dash. There are spring clips on the passanger side and a few screws around the IP panel you need to take out. the dimmer switch & hazzard switch both have clips on the back that need to be lifted before it will push thru (or just disconnect the electrical connector. the ac vents will stay attached to the trim piece. don't pull it too far forward theres not much play in the wiring harness.
please give instructions on replacing the ignition switch on my 99 Malibu
how DO YOU REMOVE AN IGNITION CYLINDER FROM A MALIBU CHEVROLET 2000
replace hazard switch
does not have one
You should be able to pry the front button of the hazard switch. Underneath (looking from the floor view) there should be a hole/cutout for a standard screwdriver to access. The switch is behind the button. (per my haynes manual) Hope this helps. DC
there is not exactly a flasher relay for this car. technically your hazard switch is the flasher relay. you can get this "hazard switch " for about $30 on gmpartsdirect.com. i had to replace mine last year and i was also under the impression that i needed a flasher relay since the turn signal would just stay on. I had to fudge around with hazard switch push it a few time for the signals to work. that is when i figured it out that hazard switch is the flasher relay. i hope this helps.
you can find the switch on the back of the brake pedal.
i have a leak in power steering lines on 99 Malibu . show me line schematics
The cylinder should not be worn out on a 99 car unless you were using a very heavy key chain. I would just replace the ignition switch if the cylinder works OK. You also might try some Graphite lube on the cylinder.
Yes, there are bleeder valves for cooling systems for 99 Malibu.
The interior bulbs on a 1999 Chevy Malibu are contained in a plastic fixture whose cover snaps open. Once inside the fixture, pop out the dead bulb and replace it with the appropriate replacement.