Question about 2005 Chevrolet Colorado
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I had a similar problem with the electric mirror switch. I removed the two screws in the door hand hole and remove the plastic part containing the switches for the windows, mirrors, and door locks. Turn the piece over and remove the connecting electrical plugs. Find the electric windows part and remove the four brass screws. Next use a small screwdriver to remove the switch. Look for small screws in the switch and remove them remove the bottom of the switch and see if the contacts are clean (these can be cleaned with alcohol) then replace everything in the reverse order. This worked for me with the electric mirrors switch. Cost nothing except time.
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