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What is a 89 Ciera high low relay location?

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2006-04-08 01:26:13
2006-04-08 01:26:13

On my 87 Cutlass Ciera the hi/low switch for the headlights is actually bolted to the steering column, not quite half way down, towards the left-hand side (close to the clamp which attaches the steering column to the underside of the dash). The switch is pressed by a steel rod that snakes its way up the steering column to the turn signal lever.

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