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Old 10 Dec 2017, 06:46 pm
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I am at a careful stopping point. I have the top and bottom cover off. On this 2006 PT Cruiser. This job has to be done, because the wipers won't shut off with the switch broken off, and cable broken. I have covers off, and two screws off behind the top mounting of the left and right arms (Lights (left) and Wipers (Rt), but I can't see how to loosen the right broken switch, to replace it. There is no Emergency Flasher on this model, and electrical plugs looks smaller than on the 2001 when I was researching the forum

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Wondering with the screws loose and the whole black arms moving a little if the right side snaps on some how. 2006 model.
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Old 10 Dec 2017, 06:55 pm
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Default Re: Broke off right side Window Switch, having trouble removing

On the left side of the switch (headlight side) there is a screw on the lower part that goes into the right side (wiper side)..once that screw is removed...slid out the left side from the channel & remove.
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On the left side of the switch (headlight side) there is a screw on the lower part that goes into the right side (wiper side)..once that screw is removed...slid out the left side from the channel & remove.
This was from another thread, but I believe this is the screw you're talking about:

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I am at a careful stopping point. I have the top and bottom cover off. On this 2006 PT Cruiser. This job has to be done, because the wipers won't shut off with the switch broken off, and cable broken. I have covers off, and two screws off behind the top mounting of the left and right arms (Lights (left) and Wipers (Rt), but I can't see how to loosen the right broken switch, to replace it. There is no Emergency Flasher on this model, and electrical plugs looks smaller than on the 2001 when I was researching the forum

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Wondering with the screws loose and the whole black arms moving a little if the right side snaps on some how. 2006 model.
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