How To Remove & Replace Master Power Window Switch Driver Side Honda Accord 7th Gen 2003-2007 DIY

How To Remove & Replace Master Power Window Switch Driver Side Honda Accord 7th Gen 2003-2007 DIY

In this DIY Auto Repair video, young mechanic Aiman will give you ideas and show you step-by-step on how to remove, replace or install the Master Power Window control Switch (driver side) of a Honda Accord 7th Gen model year 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007.

The procedures might be very similar (with slight variations) to most late model Honda and Acura vehicles such as Civic, Element, CRV, Pilot & Odyssey SUVs and minivans.

We’re taking apart this car, and while doing so we would like to show you, and give you ideas on how-to take apart certain parts and components, interior, exterior, underbody and in the engine compartment so it they can assist you in fixing, removing, replacement & installation undertakings.

Thanks for watching…please watch our other DIY Auto Repair, fix-it ideas, diagnosis, step-by-step guide, tools review, tutorial, remove, replace & install videos on EyeOnAiman’s youtube channel and Facebook page. Here’s the playlist for Honda Accord 7th Gen:

Recording Date: September 26, 2018
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report7777 says:

I wonder if this works with a 2012 CRV it shows in the mechanics videos that you are suppose to take all apart alot work

Modesto Echezarreta says:

Buddy love the video. Young generation and doing extraordinary things. Staying off the drugs and making amazing videos for us to learn. You are awesome

Robert Simon says:

wow, thanks so much for your video .. I was ready to pay $65 for installation

Rick Rathman says:

Ever since I replaced the module you are showing, I can't get my keys to program to operate the locks, they worked before I did the replacement, is there something I'm missing? Any help would be appreciated.

Scott Watkins says:

since you have did this work already. i want to purchase a master switch i seen on ebay for lexus es330, 2006. the switch doesn't have the cosmetic cover that goes over the master switch.
so after looking at your can you remove the cover from your master switch if need be, i.e. as in my situation

Sandal Flower says:

Where do I buy the master switch Driver for my 2006 Honda Accord.

James Moran says:

Thanks buddy I have a 1997 Honda Accord and I have to replace the master switch and I hope it goes as easy as yours did

Cindy Hull says:

Thank you every other videos I watched they had you taking the whole for apart. A women can do this with your video I saw this ordered a used part for 26.00 and switched now everything works fine. NAPA wanted 400.00 for control the master window lock was not in place. I'm s 69 year old women and I did it

Onye Buenyi says:

You made it look very easy but I had a hard time removing and replacing the master door switch on 2011 Acura TL .

Muhammad Adnan Ahmed says:

Thanks a lot very useful video

Kenneth Lee says:


My name is Lee Sangjin and I live in Korea.

I have Honda Accord 2007.

We're trying to replace the parts below because there's a noise coming from the lower body.

I'd like to buy various parts.

All the accessories of the link below.

Genuine parts are too expensive to buy in Korea.

It's about 850 dollars.

But I found something cheap on eBay, so I'm looking at it.

It will only be driven in the city and will be used for about two more years.

I would like to know if it is okay to use aftermarket products on eBay for 2 years.

Wilmen Keiko says:

You’re very smart Aiman!!

Clint Eastwood says:

Why would u want to replace it

Mamba Forever24-2-8 says:

I have a 2008 accord exl do you think I can pop it out the same way or remove the whole door panel ?

O O M 73 says:

Hi, i'm from México, i have a 2006 V6 Accord EX, mi problem is with the door lock acctuator on drivers side, sometimes it woks but mustly not, could you help me please?

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