|03-20-2015 12:28 AM|
|10-11-2014 09:52 PM|
|twiggss||so there is a flaw in them. no wonder everybody is snatching these up used.|
|10-11-2014 02:09 PM|
I'd add two things:
1) if you end up getting to Step 3, I'd recommend cleaning off the contact (with baking soda or something similar). Also, there will be a bit of grease at the base of the contact (I'm guessing to reduce wear on the metal).
2) I also found that adjusting the copper tab (Step 4) proved to be the most help for my situation.
|02-10-2013 02:23 AM|
|toxic_waste||tried this fix for my passenger window switch & it works great, thanks|
|02-10-2013 01:24 AM|
Done, these posts are what make forums great! Thanks, Orange car dude!
The passenger side had been inop for a while, but when MY side stopped it was time.
If I can add a couple observations...
The flat bladed 'switch' pops up with a bit of force to get the ears UP out of the mounts, be gentle but firm.
Popping them back in needs care to keep the 'tongue' in the slot at the back contact (20/20 my finger! Need 20/40 is more like it!)
When testing, before re-assembly, I found that a couple fingernails on opposing corners to evenly apply downward pressure to the movable bits on the top allowed verification of the 'click'.
The white lever's 'tit' actuates the switch, and should alternate sides of the 'pip' on the switch you just put back in.
|11-24-2011 10:23 PM|
|11-21-2011 01:12 AM|
|veronaqueen||thanks a bunch! This'll be much easier than trying to drive from my working passenger-side heated seat.|
|04-25-2011 05:28 PM|
|yellowsvtzx5||worked like a charm one stayed on all the time and was unplugged, the other worked but you had to hold your tongue just right to get it to shut off! fixed both. the tension adjustment is the key! great info.|
|02-09-2011 08:18 AM|
Thanks for the write up.
|02-07-2011 04:16 PM|
You might be screwed .
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