Driving requires good bodily coordination. Not just from your hands and feet, but from your fingers as well. You see, it's not only the steering wheel, the shifter, and the pedals you're operating. You've also got to handle the combination switch.The switch allows you to quickly do three things - turn the headlights on and off, actuate the headlights' high-beam function, and get the turn signal lights working. The switch's location beside the steering wheel makes it easy for the driver to manipulate it.The very nature of the combination switch, though, makes it susceptible to damage from forceful handling. Usually, it's the headlight control that's the first to go. You may notice that your car's headlights are activated even if they're supposed to be switched off.Luckily for you, replacing this switch should be pretty straightforward. Just take note of where each wire goes upon installation. For more long-lasting replacement combination switches, visit our catalogs at Carparts.
• The switch lets you easily control the headlights and turn signal lights.
• Our switches last longer against damage.
• OE specifications make the switch easy to install.