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1987 blazer door panel question

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Old 12-29-2010, 01:19 AM
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I am a recent owner of a 1987 blazer and I have started doing some work on it. I am having trouble removing the door panels due to power window switches and power door lock switch. I have a chilton manual and it doesn't even explain how to remove them. Any help would be amazing thanks!
 
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There are some thumb screws on the back of the switches that hold the connectors to the switches. Reach behind the panel and unscrew them, pull the connectors off leaving the switches in the panel.
 
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yeah they should be like light blue and twist off. sometimes they arent even there anymore and you kinda have to pry the wire board thing off the back of the switches sometimes
 
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Thanks alot guys I was missing the blue screw and was worried I was just going to break the switches. I got them off now so thanks for the help!
 
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I bought all new switches from LMC Truck for CHEAP!
I recommend replacing them if you are already in there. There's usually a good amount of oxidation inside the old switches by now.
 
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