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    Parking sensor dash switch removal

    I have searched and cannot find but if I have been a muppet and the info is out there sorry if this has been answered.

    Basically how do I remove the dash P switch for the parking sensors? I have a new switch to drop in as the last one was well scratched and looked awful.

    Any help appreciated as usual
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    I don't have this switch, is it part of the row of switches by the cupholder/card tray with the ESP switch?
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    I don't have this switch either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quattrojames View Post
    I don't have this switch, is it part of the row of switches by the cupholder/card tray with the ESP switch?
    Yep its basically the same as the ESP switch and sits next to it.

    I assume I need to remove the radio and push the switch out from the back?
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    The nearest guide I can find is to remove the cupholders, but at least this will allow you access to the switch and hopefully you can see what you're doing from there. I've circled the hazard warning light button, but I think the other buttons are all the same anyway:

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