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4x4 switch removal

My 4x4 switch on my 08 has quit working, i was going to take the panel that the switch is in out but couldnt figure out how to pop it out any info??

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At the bottom of the swith there is a groove that a screwdriver can fit in. Stick it in and pry it out. The whole thing around the switch will just pop out.

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