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    Fitting my traction control switch

    Sorry guys you may have heard all this before but I am having a mare trying to fit this f ing switch. What I want to know is does the relay box really need to be taken off as I can see the ABS connector underneath anyway? If it does need to be taken off, how the hell does it because it isn't happening. The how to guide states 2 clips either end but I can't get to 1 side of it (left hand side) and the right hand side so called clip doesnt even move. I reckon I may be missing something very simple here.
    Anyway, any help will be greatly appreciated as I am attacking it again in the morning.

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    You can just about do it with the relay box in place, just hard to release the clip that holds the ABS plug in place
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