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Old 08-27-2021, 06:14 PM #1
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Valet switch - broken or just missing a part?

Found and ID'd this thing on a panel, but it seems to be missing whatever internal part makes it function.

Likely aftermarket, but not yet sure of model.

Anybody recognize it, and what it *should* look like?

Also, no obvious way to remove it what would you try, assuming you didn't want to break it?

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Which panel is it on?

If its aftermarket it could be any number of things. Do you know where the wires go?
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Found and ID'd this thing on a panel, but it seems to be missing whatever internal part makes it function.

Likely aftermarket, but not yet sure of model.

Anybody recognize it, and what it *should* look like?

Also, no obvious way to remove it what would you try, assuming you didn't want to break it?

TIA
100% itís aftermarket. Looks like the wires just pull off the back of it and then if you push it from the back of the panel it should pop out. No clue what it is though.. Only bad thing if you remove it is there will be a hole there, that said I would still remove it lol.
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Which panel is it on?

If its aftermarket it could be any number of things. Do you know where the wires go?
It's on the left (driver) side below the dash. I'm certain it is a valet switch for the aftermarket alarm, but don't know which piec is missing to engage it.
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100% itís aftermarket. Looks like the wires just pull off the back of it and then if you push it from the back of the panel it should pop out. No clue what it is though.. Only bad thing if you remove it is there will be a hole there, that said I would still remove it lol.
Yeah the hole would suck, but I don't think it will come off so easily. I'd actually rather have a functional valet switch, if I can get it to function.
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Yeah the hole would suck, but I don't think it will come off so easily. I'd actually rather have a functional valet switch, if I can get it to function.
Replace it with another switch.
Google the model number on the module and find out the wiring.
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