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How to Replace Master Power Window Switch 06-10 Chrysler 300

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How to Replace Master Power Window Switch 06-10 Chrysler 300

Created on: 2016-12-20

If the master power window switch needs to be replaced, this video will show you how to remove the door panel to remove and replace it

  1. step 1 :Removing the Door Panel
    • Pry out the trim piece inside the door handle
    • Remove the Phillips screw behind the handle
    • Remove the tan circle clips by pressing in the center and prying out the clip
    • Remove the four Phillips head screws on the bottom of the panel
    • Pry out the panel below the door pull
    • Pry out the door panel with a door panel clip tool or putty knife
    • Release the door handle cable by popping the clip, rotating the handle, and popping the hook out
    • Disconnect the window switch wiring harnesses
    • Pop out the wire harness retainers
    • Unplug the courtesy light and its wire retainers
    • Lift the door panel up and off
  2. step 2 :Removing the Power Window Switch
    • Push down on the master switch housing tabs
    • Pull the switches out of the door
    • Press the metal tab to release the switch
    • Remove the switch
  3. step 3 :Installing the Power Window Switch
    • Insert the switch into the panel
    • Insert the switch housing into the door
    • Snap the window switch into the trim panel
    • Insert the window switch into the door panel
  4. step 4 :Installing the Door Panel
    • Connect the courtesy light
    • Clip in the wire harness retainers
    • Connect the window switch wiring harnesses
    • Insert the latch rod into the door handle
    • Slide the clip over the latch rod
    • Lift the panel up over the door lock
    • Press the panel into place
    • Press the clips into the door panel
    • Tighten the four Phillips screws to the bottom of the panel
    • Tighten the Phillips screws beneath the door pull
    • Tighten the Phillips screw into the door handle
    • Press on the trim buttons

Tools needed for replacement

  • General Tools


  • Screwdrivers & Related

    Phillips Head Screwdriver

  • Specialty Tools

    Trim Tool Set

Installation Video
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Hi, I'm Mike from 1AAuto. We've been selling auto parts for over 30 years! We're dedicated to delivering quality auto parts, expert customer service, and fast and free shipping, all backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. So visit us at, your trusted source for quality auto parts.

In this video, we're going to be working with our 2006 Chrysler 300. We're going to show you how to remove and replace your driver's side or master window switch.

If you like this video, please click Subscribe. We have a ton more information on this car, as well as many other makes and models. If you need this part for your vehicle, you can follow the link down in the description over to

Here are the items you'll need for this repair: hooked pick, trim tools, Phillips screwdriver

Normally, there would be a little panel here that's broken off and missing from our vehicle. You would want to take a hook pick, put it in there, and just pop it down. Once that's out of the way, you can use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw and the handle. Now, unless you're replacing the mirror, you'll only have to remove the three color matched clips: one here and two at the back of the panel. The black clips can stay in place since this piece of trim is all on its own.

To remove these clips, push the center in one click, and you can see there's a small hole in there. I find the easiest way to remove these is get a hooked pick, grab that, and pull it out. Repeat this process for the other two clips. And then three Phillips head screws along the bottom, as well as one above the side here in the front. We'll remove all of those with our Phillips head screwdriver. Below the door pull is another panel.

We'll have to pop down. Behind that panel is another Phillips head screw that we'll have to remove with our screwdriver. Grab the bottom of the panel, pop it out, release the door handle cable here by popping this clip off to the side rotating it and lifting the hook out. You should be able to lay it back enough to remove the connectors on the master window switch. And we'll want to pop out all the retainers, the wire harness down here. Unplug the courtesy light at the bottom of the panel as well. Again, this is another great place that our trim tools come in handy. Just reach it under there and pop ‘em out and set your panel off to the side.

Now, to remove this window switch assembly from the vehicle, we're going to go ahead and push down on all of these tabs. There are three on each side, but once you get the three closest to you, you can twist it toward you and push down, and that'll release the other clips. Then the switch pulls back, and you can remove the whole assembly from the door.

We have some duct tape we have to pull off of our old switch. Someone put this on here obviously trying to repair it incorrectly. Now we'll use our interior trim tools to pry up on the switch on the switch casing and release the tabs. I'll do the same thing on the opposite side and remove the switch from the panel.

Here we have our old window switch, which we removed from our vehicle, and our new part from As you can see, there are some minor aesthetic differences for the switch itself here. The buttons look a little bit different. They're all going to function and do the exact same things. The body of the switch is the exact same size, and on the bottom we have the same two connectors. There are some extra terminals in this one, but those aren't going to affect your vehicle at all unless it has those options. It'll work.

Now, these switches can fail for either the power door locks, the rear window locks, which are safety to make sure that children aren't opening the windows in the back, and all of the window switches with the auto up and down function on it as well, so if your old window switch is broken, damaged, or not functioning the way it should, this new part from 1A Auto is going to go in direct fit just like your original equipment and fix you up right.

Reinstall the window switch back into the panel. Just snaps into place. Make sure it's in there nice and secure.

Reinstall the window switch sliding the front hook into place first, and then push down to make sure the panel fully seats and that it's in there nice and secure.

Reconnect the courtesy light. Pop those two harness connection back into their proper locations. Reconnect the power mirror switch.

I know there are two gray connectors with a lot of similar colored wires going to them, but the one for the mirror switch is slight smaller and has a lot more connections on it, so we'll plug that in all the way at the front of the panel closest to me. The little black connector goes in the top of the power window switch and the large gray connector goes at the far end of the power window switch. Reinstall the lock rod. Slide that clip back over. Lift up and slide over the door lock, line up your panel and snap all the clips back into place.

To reinstall these clips you'll have to push the tab back out and through. Place it back into its opening in the door panel. Pop the tab back in in the center. Repeat that process with the other two clips at the back of the door. Reinstall the three screw along the bottom. The one up here at the front of the door, one under this panel, and one behind the door handle with our Phillips head screwdriver. Remember to close those cover panels on the door if your vehicle still has them.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Pick

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Phillips Head Screwdriver

  • Specialty Tools

  • Trim Tool Set

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