DIY, change the master window switch on your Honda Accord, the old model, produced between the years 1994 and 1997. This replacement will require a Phillips screwdriver and a flat headed screwdriver. You can do it very easily, in about 10 minutes.
In the beginning, open the front door of your car, on the driver’s side and go to the master window switch you wish to replace or repair. There is a Phillips screw inside the big door handle that you must remove, because it secures the window switch (see image below).
After you get rid of this screw, you can insert your fingers underneath the switch and pry it out. If is needed, you can do it using the tip of a flat headed screwdriver wrapped in rag. Lift the panel up and unplug the three electrical connectors beneath it, as seen in the picture below. They power up the switch and can be removed easily by hand.
Now, you can replace the entire panel with a new one or you can make other repairs and replacements. Also, if you need to separate the electrical module from the plastic bezel you have three small screws that you have to undo and so on. After you finish all the repairs needed, install the switch back in its place and secure it with that Phillips screw. This is all you have to do, in order to change the master window switch on your Honda Accord, manufactured between the years 1994 and 1997.