Ok, I was starting to get pissed off about the window switch bezel being broken, but I was too cheap to buy one. So I came up with the mother of all fixes for this! Here it goes....1: Get a "Frozen Juice Concentrate" container. The ones with the tin top that comes off. 2: Take off the top and clean it.3: Measure about 3/4" of an inch off the side and draw a straight line across the cap.4: Cut across the line as smoothly as possible. I used side cutters for the rim and scissors for the main part of the tin. You resulting product should look like this.5: Take the switches off the bezel.6: Hold the piece of tin you cut up to the switches and mark the holes.7: Drill/ punch out the holes. 8: Assemble. Bezel ~> Plate ~> switches (NOTE: The lip is away from the bezel. This will fit a little looser in the door making it easier to install and uninstall. You can install it the other way but it goes in really tight.)9: Install in the Vibe. Its a tight fit, so you will need to push down to fit the back in. once its in place, pop the front in. 10: Smile and say "Damn, David you are a freakinâ€™ genius!" And go make the juice you bought for this project....BRAAAP!!!!
2004 Vibe Base- Injen CAI, 10,000K HID's, Projector Retrofit W/ Angel Eyes, Billet Grilles, Kicker KX6.5 Components, Helix TB Spacer, Pioneer Premier HU