Tools for Replacing a Turn Signal Switch

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Our expert mechanic suggest using a long number two Phillips bit for reaching the lower screws when repairing a turn signal switch; learn more about tools in this free auto-repair video.

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Video Transcript

In this video we are going to cover the recommended tools for your turn signal. In this application I have selected a long number 2 Philip bit, the access covers and the turn signal switch are held in with Philip screws. So I have 2 different screw drivers a number one tip and a number 2 tip and I have selected a longer handle or a longer shafted on a number 2 bit. It allows for more ability. Also, a tip if you are working outdoors you may want to have a drop cloth or a mat. You are going to have to get down on your knees and lay on your back to get access to the lower screws. Depending on the application if you don't have a clean dry surface to work on you might want to have a mat to lay on our put your knees on. Cause you would find access ability difficult in this situation. Please watch our next segment on removing the steering wheel, steering wheel cover.


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