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Old 05-31-2002, 12:08 PM
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Power seat switch access

My drivers seat switches (in the door) are acting up, the back will go back all the time but go forward when its in the mood. If I can get to them I can fix them, but...

I aware of interiors, they require force it the right way but that same force in the wrong way

So how do the switch handles come off, I'm guessing you just pull them. And that plate, how does that come off?

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Old 05-31-2002, 11:39 PM
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Yes, the "knobs" on the switch pull off, you can use a screwdriver to lever them off if they are too tight. Then, the largest protrusion, the lower one for the backrest knob, has a plactic "C" clip that holds on the larger plate, pull it out from the top first.
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