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Old 12-04-2010, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default Replace electric door lock switch on drivers door-1999 SW2?

Can anyone describe in detail how to replace the electric door lock switch on the drivers side door on a 1999 SW2? It is suddenly not working and makes a crazy clicking sound when you touch it. Also, the lock/unlock buttons are very loose. If any one can recommend a youtube video that would be great.

Is it hard to replace? Would it take more than an hour or two?

Also, would the dealer have the part since it is for a 1999?

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Default Re: Replace electric door lock switch on drivers door-1999 SW2?

Exremely easy to replace. On a scale of 1 to 10. Its a -15. Should take about 30 seconds to do.

Use a small flat blade screwdriver and pop it off. Work your way from the bottom first. Then unplug the electrical connector.

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Default Re: Replace electric door lock switch on drivers door-1999 SW2?

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Exremely easy to replace. On a scale of 1 to 10. Its a -15. Should take about 30 seconds to do.

Use a small flat blade screwdriver and pop it off. Work your way from the bottom first. Then unplug the electrical connector.
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