Re: Cruise control dump valve removal - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
The switch bracket is held to the left side of the pedal bracket with a single bolt (10mm head). There's access room in the front left corner of the footwell. The bracket arm rises at a 45-degree angle away from the switches. This makes the bolt higher than it seems it should be.
Looks easily doable but I have the knee bolster and seats out, the footwell ventilation duct loose, and the piece of black cardboard with egg-crate foam above the pedals removed.
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