disconect the wire father up and just leave it? or get a shorter wrench.
Before you try to pull it out, test it. You may need a lab scope to do it but it's the easiest way. What problem are you having?I don't think you are understanding the problem. I'll try to explain it better.
The wrench length is not the problem, it is the clearance around the switch. That's why I tried to show a good picture of it
I have tried disconnecting it at the harness but the closed end of the wrench will not fit over the plug.
I am trying to remove the switch to fully understand what exactly the problem is. As far as I can tell, the switch is bad, in witch case it would need to be replaced. If the switch isn't totally bad I don't really want to cut the wires.
There has to be a way to get it off. How did they get it in there? ...maybe a special tool, I hope not. I guess if it really came down to it I could probably try to make my own special tool out of a normal wrench.
I just thought somebody might have a little trick or know of a tool that might work.