Hyundai Elantra Door Window Switch Replacement Guide

Hyundai Elantra Door Window Switch Replacement Guide

Learn how to change the window switch on Hyundai Elantra  2011-2016.

Owners of Hyundai Accent, Santa Fe, Sonata, Veloster, Kona, and Azera may also find these instructions helpful.

What you will need

  • Hyundai Window Switch
  • Screwdriver
  • Ratchet Wrench
  • Metric Socket Set
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Procedure

  1. Park the vehicle and set the parking brakes.

  2. Remove the door panel. The panel is held in place with two screws. One on the center of the door panel and the second by the door handle.

  3. Once the two screws are removed, you can pull out the door panel. Make sure to disconnect all the wires before you pull the panel out. window switch hyundai elantra 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016Remove the old window switch from the driver’s door panel. To remove the window switch, you will need to use a flat screwdriver to release the switch from the housing. There are no screws for the window switch.
  4. Now you should be able to remove the window switch from the door panel.hyundai elatra door switch replacement diy guide
  5. Install new window switch. Press it in place until all the tabs lock in. Make sure to reconnect the electrical connector. Reinstall the door panel in reverse order.
  6. Make sure to slide it into the channel near the glass.how to replace window switch hyundai elantra
  7. Next, install the door panel. If you need further information on replacing the Hyundai window switch, look at the shop manual.

We hope you find the Hyundai Elantra Door Window Switch Replacement Guide helpful. Access more free repair guides for Hyundai vehicles.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I was quoted $420 for diagnosis and replacement of the window switch. After watching this I went ahead and replaced it myself. New used switch cost me just $35. 🙂 Keep up the great work. You saved me $400.