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That will allow the switch pack to be pulled up and disconnected,there is also one behind the speaker cover,You also have to pry off the cover for the back of the mirror,once all the screws are out, you'll pull the lower edge toward you and lift the panel straight up to clear the lock rod,Pull the bottom edge toward you and then push the panel up. The top edge of the panel sits in a channel on the sealing strip for the window, so you'll have to give the panel a bit pf a push,It also has to clear the bracket that the switch pack was screwed to. Hpe this helps, glad to have been of service to you.
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