Video: Mustang Lock & Window Switch Install
Published on 2012-09-26
Product: Mustang Window Switches and Mustang Door Lock Switches
Brand: 5.0 Resto
Fits: Mustang LX, GT, Coupe, Hatch and Convertible
Year Models: 1987 (87) 1988 (88) 1989 (89) 1990 (90) 1991 (91) 1992 (92) 1993 (93)
87-93 Mustang Door Lock Switches tend to go out due to age and constant use. LRS carries a full line of new replacement Switches for this exact reason. These are factory type replacement door lock switches for your power window equipped 87-93 Mustang.
87-93 Mustang Power Window Switches tend to go out due to age and constant use. LRS carries a full line of new replacement Switches for this exact reason. These are the factory window switches for your power equipped Mustang. Factory black plastic buttons included and will fit both Drivers and passenger sides.
* * * NOTE: This switch is also the replacement for 87-93 convertible 1/4 window switches!* * *
J MAC: Hey, everyone. I'm J Mac. A very common question that we get here at latemodelrestoration.com is how do you replace your power window switches or power door locks switches on an '87 and '93 Mustang. That answer is very simple. All you need is a Phillips head screwdriver and small flat blade screwdriver, and you've got a single Phillips head screw on your switch plate.
You can pop it out of the way. And then grab that small flat blade, and you can carefully pry up on your switch plate to remove it out of the arm rest. Now on the back of your switch plate, you've got two Phillips head screws holding on the switch panel. We'll get those out of the way. And you can access your switches.
Now you may have to pull on your wiring harness a little bit to get this much slack. Sometimes the wiring harnesses talked a little bit further down into the door. Now on your switches, they all have locating tabs. So you can know exactly how they go back in. And if you take that small flat blade screwdriver, you can simply pop it out of the switch plate.
Now our 50resto replacement power window switches and power door locks switches, they are direct replacements and are exact reproductions of the original, even featuring the correct markings on the switch face. And the install the same way as they remove. You just pop it in the place.
Now you screw it all back together. And you've got functioning switches again. For more interior restoration tips and videos, check out latemodelrestoration.com.