It <should> be easy. The switch goes in from the door side, a couple of tabs hold it in place. Might be able to get it out with a trim tool or a pick, if not you gotta squeeze it from the back. The factory diagram isn't clear whether the 3-pin connector on the back is larger than the hole. Access to the connector and switch is... let's say tight. You'll have to remove the kick panel. But they made a quarter million of these things every year, so it can't be that hard to get to. They assembled it somehow.
Mine responded well to silicone spray without the need to remove.
Edited by Old_Guy_Stu (04/07/21 09:53 PM)
Edit Reason: more blather
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