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How to Replace Master Power Window Switch 10-15 Chevy Camaro

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  1. step : Removing the Door Panel (0:27)
    • Pry off the trim piece inside the door handle with a flat blade screwdriver
    • Remove the 7mm screw inside the door handle
    • Pry off the trim piece inside the door pull with a flat blade screwdriver
    • Remove the T30 screw inside the door pull
    • Remove the three 7mm screws around the door panel
    • Pry out the door panel and top seal with a door panel clip tool or putty knife
    • Lift the door panel up and off
    • Remove the Phillips screw from the tweeter
    • Disconnect the tweeter
    • Disconnect the power window switch
    • Disconnect the latch cables from the door handle
    • Disconnect the trunk switch
    • Remove the door panel
  2. step : Removing the Master Power Window Switch (2:57)
    • Flip to the backside of the panel
    • Press the tabs on either side of the switch
    • Press the button through the panel
  3. step : Installing the Master Power Window Switch (3:35)
    • Press the switch into the door panel until it snaps
  4. step : Reinstalling the Door Panel (3:40)
    • Connect the trunk switch
    • Connect the latch cable to the door handle
    • Connect the power window switch
    • Connect the tweeter
    • Tighten the Phillips screw to the tweeter
    • Lift the door panel into place
    • Push in the door panel clips
    • Tighten the three 7mm screws around the door panel
    • Tighten the T30 screw inside the door pull
    • Tighten the 7mm screw inside the door handle
    • Press on the trim piece inside the door handle
    • Press on the trim piece inside the door pull

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Start by opening your door. And behind your door handle, you'll notice that there is a little cap right here, and a 7-millimeter behind that, which we'll take out. And then right up here, there's another hidden panel, we'll take that cover off, and there's a T-30 Torx bit, or a Torx bolt right here that we'll want to remove. Around the perimeter of the door, there's three 7-millimeter bolts that you'll want to take out next. We're going to use our door panel removal tool that is available from 1A Auto. We'll start right here on the edge of the door, and you'll feel the door panel pop away from the door. You can work your way along the bottom and remove the rest. We'll move up to the top and right between the rubber seal and the door panel, are some more clips that you'll be able to remove with some more prying. And then you can lift it straight up and over the door lock.

Once you have the door panel loose, you'll want to take out this Phillips screw right here for the tweeter on the top of the door panel. Right here you just pop this thing down and pull out. You can move on to the next one which is the power window switch, and you'll need a pick for this, to slide into this tab, and then you can pull it straight down. Then you get your power window switch, which you'll push the tab down on, and pull out. Got your door handle, which goes like this. And lastly, you have your trunk switch, which the tab is on the bottom of. And now your door panel's free.

Right here you have your master window switch. So we're going to flip the door panel over and the way that you remove this is, there's a few tabs on the outside edges of the switch, you'll want to take a pick and pop the pick in here and release it from the tabs. There's two more on the bottom. Usually if you just slide the pick in between the switch and tabs it'll pop out. Ooh, there we go. There you are.

To reinstall it, it's as easy as putting the switch in there and snapping it in place.

Putting the door panel back on, we'll start with the trunk switch. You'll put the pin down, and snap it into place. Then we can do the door handle, which you take the ball and slide it into the handle itself, kind of pull some tension on it, and then it slides right over here, where it clips on, like that. Then you got your window switch, which goes in here. And then your mirror switch, which is right here. And lastly, you have your tweeter, which goes up through the hole in the door panel, comes out this side. The tweeter wire just plugs right into the tweeter like this, and then it sits into the door panel like so. Then you have your one Phillips head screw that screws right in here. You'll put your door lock up through the hole in the door panel, and then you can start snapping the door panel into place.

All right, we'll start by putting the 7-millimeter right in the front of the door panel here, and there's one down at the bottom somewhere over here. The last 7-millimeter is right here on the bottom, and you want to go around and just snug them up. Right here in the door handle area you will have to put the Torx bolt back in. Now replace your one 7-millimeter that goes behind your door handle. And then you can put in your covers. And the one on top.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    Screwdrivers & Related

  • Phillips Head Screwdriver
  • Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 7mm Socket

  • Specialty Tools

  • Trim Tool Set

  • Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T30 Driver

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