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Old 18th December 2003
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Default Rotating headlight switch ?

My C900 headlight switch has quite abruptly started rotating in the dash when I turn the selector.

I have not had the honor of pulling any switches from the dash panel as yet so a little guidance woud be appreciated.
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http://www.saabcentral.com/techhelp/...dash_bulbs.php

if you need something else like that , its always good to check the tech.help section of the saabcentral site.
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I had the same problem, it's a little plastic stop in the back of the switch. You can fix it by filling with a bit of 5 minute epoxy when you have the switch out.
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