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How do you replace a driver side window switch on a Chevy Impala?

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2009-01-27 13:58:10
2009-01-27 13:58:10

The switch comes as a cluster. If you REALLY KNOW what you are doing, this cluster can be taken apart and cleaned with non-conductive cleaner. I took this way out when I learned that the cluster cost was over $150 where the switch is on the arm rest there should be two torque screws holding the panel that the switch is in. Remove the two screws, take out the panel with the switch then gently spread the plastic clips from the panel away from the switch. Carefull not to break the plastic tabs. then disconnect the wiring harness from the switch and install the new switch. follow backwards to reinstall.

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