remove door panel and you will be able to remove the switch from the back side
Removing the door panel can make it never quite go back on right. Better, and probably easier, to get at it from the other side:
Under the door handle is a small oval panel, maybe about 3 inch by 1/2 inch. It can be pried out fairly easily. Inside there are 2 large Philips head screws. Remove them. Now you can carefully pry out the section of hard plastic they were holding, the lower part of the handle. After that is out, you can pry up the upper part of the handle. Careful, there will be bundles of wires attached to the switch assembly. Each of the 3 bundles has a connector to the assembly, held on by a clip. I'm not sure exactly which contacts connect to which switches, but as soon as I get a meter handy, I'm going to check.
Smash the window
how do you fix security switch on a 2002 oldsmobile alero
How do you replace the hazard switch
it is built into the back window
where is the fuse and relay for the power windows on a 2002 Oldsmobile alero
You can find sliders for a window regulator on an Oldsmobile Alero at most auto parts stores. Another option, is to check with local junk yards.
your alero does not have a fuel shut off these switches are used mainly in ford vehicles.
Around 50 used
it is in the hazard switch. take middle vent out and you can get to it
Your Alero does not have one: they are usually found only on Ford cars.
There isn't one. Ford is mainly the only ones who have a reset switch.