Just removed mine yesterday from a 72. I just had to remove the knobs and behind that is a plastic retaining nut that was hand tight, remove that and unplug the wiring and that's it.What all is involved with removing the headlight and wiper switches from a 1973 charger rallye gauge cluster...is there any special tools required.
it has being in that way before 73.
I've been fiddle fartin around with this for the past hour trying everything. I can feel where it hits a point the tab with go down but then kinda tweaks when I pull on the knob. When I release pressure off the tab from the shaft, it comes up & the shaft will further come out a fraction to full on. I don't get it? I don't want to destroy the shaft.
You have to hold your mouth right
I have just located the original switch I removed from my A100. Pics to follow, and I recall it was not easy wriggling that button to remove the switch.Well that idea sure as hell didn't work, how'd it work out for you? After repeated frustrating attempts to get the shaft released from the switch, I said screw it! Took a screwdriver and bent 1 tab and started to go to town as a pry bar and started to destroy the switch without bent the shaft, I tore up that switch, PRESTO! Now that the switch was free, there's a small white washer that just wouldn't budge or break with a pair of pliers, I grabbed the knob and gave a good yank, that washer was like welded to the shaft, it took some effort.
Now I gotta get a switch and put it back together and hope it fixes my electrical issue????