I am replacing the crusie control switch, I can pull the switch out of the steering wheel a little bit but I don't know how to disconnect the electrical sockets. Is there a release catch to squeeze? if so where is it at? I tried just pulling on the two sockets but I realized there must be something locking them together, but without much slack in the wires its hard to tell.
cruise control steering wheel switch on 2003 Honda Accord
by kml in Clayton, NC on January 01, 2009
ANSWER by hemicuda on January 07, 2009
I just talked to one of our techs about changing that cruise control switch and he said the part that usually goes out is available from Napa part # ECH NS5908 There is a picture of it at napaonline.com put in the make model year and put cruise in the keyword box
ANSWER by ericsmith on August 10, 2009
KML can you please give me the part number of the part you ordered? I need to replace that part myself. On my switch the micro switch for the on/off button will not stay depressed. ANY help will be helpful!!
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