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Old 07-06-2017, 12:19 PM   #11
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Depending on your needs, you might also consider relocating the O/D switch & mirror heat switches at the time of your replacement. I did that a few weeks ago and rather enjoy not relying on my co-pilot to hit the switch for me... She normally refuses unless I have a treat readily available...
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Old 07-06-2017, 06:20 PM   #12
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I plan on doing that. Reaching across 2/3 of the dash to get to the OD switch is a pain. Do the switches come out of their mount easily?

The part number I provided for the switch is the Freightliner number and the one on Amazon as well. Sam
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I had one that needed a bit more persuasion than the other. I just used a flat blade screwdriver to help pushing the ears of the switch down and took my time pushing them out. After that, I just took a small file to the opening to carve out just a little bit more room and it worked perfectly. -It's very nice, now, being able to roll both windows down!!!
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We have had both drivers and passenger windows switches replaced under warranty at Warner Truck Center (a FL dealer in Utah) We also had them move the passenger switch over to the passenger side of the dash - so DW can open/close her window herself.

They also adjusted the windows per the TSB that Robby referred to.

I kept the O/D and the Exhaust Brake switches right under the shift lever as they get the most action from the driver.
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