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Looking for the window switches for the front drivers side door controls of an 89 5th Ave.
1989 Chrysler Fifth Avenue Left Front Master Window Switch | eBay
MOPAR 04373219 MASTER WINDOW SWITCH | eBay
Mines the long strip style, wouldn’t work. Their on eBay, was just hoping to find a slightly better price
4373508 Window Lift, Armrest, 1-Gang
4131377 Window Lift, Armrest, 5-Gang 40.00 used
Hey Marty, I don’t have a point of reference for the part#s but, if they look like this, I’d be pretty interested.
@Camtron, the L/F door lock switch is a single switch – which also happens to be the same switch used for power windows/door locks on other three doors.
The L/F window switch is a 5-gang switch and is the switch between the power mirror switch (round knob) and the bottom (door lock) switch.
There are two screws to remove the metal/chrome switch panel from the side/bottom of arm rest (if you want to call it that). On bottom side of the metal panel, is three screws that attach the switch.
It is not hard to bend the metal when pulling that long switch panel up and out – for that metal part is not hard to bend. There is a lot of (stiff) wires going to that switch panel and the wiring just don’t want to move (bend out of the way).
What I do is if I’m at a pull-a-part and trying to extract the switch, I will pull the switch/metal bracket up and unplug once up – but there is an extremely high chance the metal top plate will get bent into a horseshoe.
If I’m trying to not damage any parts (ie: the car the switch is to go into), I will remove the entire door panel leaving wiring intact, then after door pane is removed unscrew the (three?) cone-shaped Phillips screws that hold the arm rest/switch to the door panel. Pull wiring through the door panel a bit, then unplug the swtiches from back side – so you are not fighting against the wiring harness.
The electrical connectors are not that strong so it can be easy for one to pop apart. Not that hard to pop back together if it does unpop but a pain in the ___ if it does. Also, the door locks are always hot (have 12 volts) so be careful using a screwdriver . . .
Speaking of which, disconnecting the door lock switch and mirror switch first and re-connecting last is my suggestion.