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I need a master window switch for a four door Grand Prix SE driver side but can't find one. What year switch can I use

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Have you tried a salvage yard? I was a customer service rep. at a very good salvage yard. If they don't have one they should be able to tell you what years will fit. You could try your local yard, and hopefully find one. Ask about a warranty. It may only be 60 or 90 days, but its better than nothing.

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