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Time to replace window lowering switch


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Well, its finally time to replace the auto window droop switch on driver's door. It droops to open, but pops right back up when I take my hand off the exterior door handle. My thumb is becoming permanently greasy from nudging the switch to droop the window again before closing my door. (When opened with the inside handle, it works just fine.)

Its clearly the switch that is paired with the door strike receiver in the trailing edge of the driver's door. (I understand that it is all one part .... latch and switch). I would dearly like to have the part on hand when I disassemble the door panel the first time .... so if Loren or anyone could supply a part number for my MY00 Cab, I would very much appreciate it.

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Item 14?

Loren,

I would have thought it was the part of the latch that is circled in this picture. It is that small protrusion on the door latch that I only have to gently nudge .... to have the window drop down to its "door open" position. Sorry the encircling mark is also black .... I don't know how to make it a brighter color.

Kim

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Item 14?

Loren,

I would have thought it was the part of the latch that is circled in this picture. It is that small protrusion on the door latch that I only have to gently nudge .... to have the window drop down to its "door open" position. Sorry the encircling mark is also black .... I don't know how to make it a brighter color.

Kim

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8N1.837.015.C Door lock (left) -- US MSRP $150.81

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