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2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS 2dr Coupe

2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
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Front Wheel Drive, 2 Door Coupe LS, Mid-Size
21 mpg city / 32 mpg hwy
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December 23, 2012, 8:24 am

Tom F

Question: how to change the hazard light switch on a 2001 monte carlo ls

the directional works intermitetly at times just doesnt click on or lights that say they should work.

January 2, 2013, 8:13 pm

Tyler O

Apply the parking brake.
If the vehicle is equipped with a column shift, position the transaxle shift control indicator to 1.
Adjust the steering wheel for access.
Remove the bezel from the ignition switch cylinder.

Remove the left access cover from the IP fuse block.
Remove the steering column filler.
For the Monte Carlo, open the instrument panel compartment door.
Remove the trim plate screws from the IP cluster.
Start at the left side of the IP cluster trim plate. Grasp the trim plate and carefully pull rearward. Disengage the IP cluster trim plate in order to easily access the hazard warning switch.

Disconnect the electrical connectors from the hazard warning switch.
Remove the hazard warning switch from the IP cluster trim plate.


Install the hazard warning switch to the IP cluster trim plate.
Connect the electrical connector to the hazard warning switch.

Press the IP cluster trim plate into the IP trim pad, until all of the retainers are fully seated.

NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.

Install the IP cluster trim plate screws.

Tighten the screws to 2 N.m (18 lb in) .

Install the left access cover to the IP fuse block.
Install the steering column filler.
Close the IP compartment door.

Install the bezel to the ignition switch cylinder.
Reposition the steering wheel to the original position.
If the vehicle is equipped with column shift, position the transaxle shift control indicator to Park.
Release the parking brake.

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