after electrcally disconnecting the switch there should be a small button on the bottom of the switch body that will release the switch shaft. then just pull it out and do the inverse to put the new one in.
Reach under the dash and you will feel a button that you push in on the switch itself. Then you can just pull it out from behind.
there is the headlight switch in the dash witch turns them on and the relay on the floor by the e-brake that controls the high-low beams. that's about it
== == remove the three retaining ring screws wiggle out the old headlight ,reinstall the new head light put the retaning ring back on and reinstall the three screws.
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Prior to 1972 the minimum drinking age was 21 in Michigan. Michigan lowered the minimum drinking age from 21 to 18 in 1972, raised it from 18 to 19 in 1978, and raised it from 19 to 21 in 1978.
Inside the driver's side door on the forward part of the frame (above the door hinges, directly to the left of the headlight switch). There is a metal plate with the paint codes stamped on it.
get a screwdriver and check the bulbs. just unscrew the lenses and pull them out and see if the filament is good, if it is, clean the connectors with something slightly abrasive, and then see if they work then. if not, fuse, and if not and if it's a turn signal or headlight (high and low beam), it's a switch. change accordingly.
The Unholy Rollers - 1972 was released on: USA: 10 November 1972 Mexico: 12 January 1978 West Germany: 1 December 1978
Un burattino di nome Pinocchio - 1972 was released on: Italy: 21 December 1972 Canada: 1978 (Ontario) USA: November 1978
Yes, the headlights should be completely identical.