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Door/Window Control Module Popping Up Out of Place

On 1998 Camry, the little module that holds the door and window controls keeps popping up out of its place. How can we get it to stay down where it belongs? Thanks.

Caroline Yates
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    expoxy it in, use quick set

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Look at the bottom of the module. make sure the clips are not bent if they are use a pair a pliars bend them back out a little bit. make sure you slide back of module in first then press down on the front.

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