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Window switch removal from door panel

I need to remove the window switch panel on the door. I see no visible screws. Do they just pop off with a dull putty knife?

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There are screws that attatch to the pull strap, armrest and a few other things, keep looking. I also recomend getting a door panel tool at a parts store for about $5.00, it makes popping out the plastic pins a lot easier.

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Yes they do just pop off,there is a spring clip on each side,slide a screwdiver under the beauty ring in the middle of the switch push in and then gently pry out and the switch should come out.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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