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#1 Old 07-05-2011, 12:47 PM
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I need some help.

My rear window is not going up using the driver switch. It is working fine if using a rear door switch but only goes down if using the driver door switch.

So I think I should replace the switch. Before I order a new one, can anybody tell me




Is there anything else that I should check or it's definitely the switch?

How do I get to it? What's the easiest way to take it off? I tried searching on HMAservice but it doesn't look like there are instructions for replacing it. I've never taken these doors apart, so I don't really know where to begin.


PLEASE HELP
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#2 Old 07-06-2011, 07:38 AM
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Not sure how skill you are w/ a multi meter but the removal proceedure is:
1) remove tweeter, there is a clip, with a upholstry tool or plastic putty knife it comes off easily.
2) remove small plastic covers, there are 4 including handle
3) remove screws, remember there are 2 at the bottem and @ both handles.
4) using a upholstry tool pry @ the panel, has plastic clips
5) the switches are held in as 1 peice with screws

You will need to replace all switches as is 1 peice. I think the dealership charge me around $100.00

I may have a spare due to replacing damaged handle the switches are new.

Let me know if I can help.

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Thanks,
I ordered the part today and in the evening when I drove home from work it started working again. I can't believe it. Now I actually want it to break cause I have a part coming
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#4 Old 07-07-2011, 09:15 AM
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Sound like theres some dirt or dust between the contacts.
Maybe some compressed air would clear it out.

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