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How to take out the Window buttons?

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Very simple job, I did it a a few months ago. Remove ashtray, remove screws holding the ash tray console piece to the console. Lift up the ash tray console piece, you will see that the window switches and heated seat switches just snap into the bottom of the ash tray console piece. If you closely check it out you will see how the switches snap into place. I believe there were wide prongs on each side of each switch that can be depressed and the switch will easily pop out. If you look at the underside of the nonsmoker piece you are about to install, you can see how the switches snap in.

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You can pry them out from the back with a small screw driver. Or, if you push hard enough on the front of the switch it will pop out the back of the trim piece.

Or, on our work on cars days, sometimes when we pull the electrical connector off the back of the switch, the switch is pops out of the trim and it still attached to the connector. This is just like what happens when you push hard on the front of the switch.

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