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      03-17-2013, 02:56 AM   #1
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Driver windows switch

My e90 driver side windows switch is broken a piece as in the picture.
I search around the DIY section to see how to change it, but I cant find any. Please teach me how to open that up to change another one. Thanks

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pump. is there any DIY of how to open it, friends?
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You got some dirty fingers, clean that thing!

Your best bet is to find that whole switch assembly at a junk yard or used, online. Don't take my word for it, but sometimes those kind of things can be popped right off with a soft tool. I don't know for sure though...
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Your best bet is to find that whole switch assembly at a junk yard or used, online. Don't take my word for it, but sometimes those kind of things can be popped right off with a soft tool. I don't know for sure though...
^ this. get a trim removal kit from Harbor Freight. I don't think you need to take off the arm rest.
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