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The automatic from 1992-1993. The same as the 700R4, just has a different name.

Either way, they are junk. There are some minor differences on a ...
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hcbph Window switch done
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2014/4/4 2:24

Last time I went to take the Vette out the passenger window wouldn't roll down. Surprisingly enough, turned out to be easy to find a replacement window switch unlike most parts. It also turned out to be not that big a deal to replace it.
You have to strip the covers off the instrument cluster, the center of the dash, the console cover and the area around the shifter. The fun part is getting the switch out of the mount and the connector through the hole to disconnect it.
About 2 hours to strip everything off, replace the switch and put it all back together but it's done.
I have a closet of parts I've collected over the time since I bought the car, but guess what part I didn't have? I bought 2 right away to have a 2d one on the shelf just in case.

Chalk one more winter job being done.
Posted on: 2019/10/28 12:00
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Matatk Re: Window switch done
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Good job. Are you sure the switch itself was bad? The only reason I ask is because lady year my seat switch stopped working. I took it apart and lightly sanded the contacts...worked again like new. Regardless, glad you worked it out!
Posted on: 2019/10/31 6:21

1989 Corvette...custom 383 stroker, superrammed and cammed, built trans with PeteK 2800 stall. Mustang dyno results: 336 rwhp / 419 rwtq.
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hcbph Re: Window switch done
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I ohmd the old vs one of the new switches I got after I finished the replacement. Got some differences in readings so pretty sure the old one was bad. I used to take them apart like you did and file the contacts but for what the new one cost it wasn't worth the effort and the passenger one is used so little compared to the drivers side, but I did keep the old one in my 'bad parts' bucket just in case.
Before I buttoned it back up, I did test it and it worked so seemed like a no-brainer to me. If this one lasts another 30 years like the old one did, it won't be me worrying about it.
Posted on: 2019/11/1 1:08
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