RegGuheert wrote:No need. It's trivial. You need to lift the black triangle that holds the switches on the driver's door. To do this, put your hand in the door handle and turn your fingers forward. You will feel that there is a slight indentation to allow you to lift the back of the black triangle. Lift firmly until you hear the first pop. Then slide your fingers in and lift firmly further back. Once you hear the second pop, you can slide the entire assembly toward the rear about one inch to free the front and allow it to lift free. From there, you can see what needs to be done to replace the module, especially once you have the replacement unit in hand.DNAinaGoodWay wrote:Probably a link to the service manual in the reference section, if you need it.Thanks, Tim! Good information!TimLee wrote:So bad switch might not be all of the problem.
Still, the switch needs to be replaced based on OP's description of the problem. I recommend doing that first and seeing how well the window moves. If it is sluggish, then you might want to look into the other issue. Unfortunately, that one is quite a bit more involved.
bitmanEV wrote:mine died a couple weeks ago; lucky drivers window is in closed position
getting a new replacement part at the Nissan dealers is over £145 + VAT
so going to try to replace it with a £20 scrap Juke switch block see if that's working