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Pathfinder 2015, backdoor panel and fitting question

Hi all,
I have a 2015 Nissan Pathfinder. The rear trunk door opener electric switch broke on me. The electric switch still works however, it was a cold day and I pushed it too hard. Now, it's out of it's spot. How do I fix this? Here's a link to where the push button switch sits:
https://parts.nissanusa.com/nissanpa...artcode=90810Q

Nissan Code is 90810Q

I have tried and am unsure how to take the assembly out so I can put this part in it's place perhaps with glue.
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If the switch is integrated into the finisher, then I'd start by removing the interior plastic panel (part 909) below the window. That should give you access to the nuts/screws holding the finisher in place inside the door, loosen, but don't remove until you understand exactly how it's going to come off. You'll probably need to disconnect some wiring (plate lights, trunk switch) before you can remove the finisher assembly to try to fix it, or just replace it outright.
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If the switch is integrated into the finisher, then I'd start by removing the interior plastic panel (part 909) below the window. That should give you access to the nuts/screws holding the finisher in place inside the door, loosen, but don't remove until you understand exactly how it's going to come off. You'll probably need to disconnect some wiring (plate lights, trunk switch) before you can remove the finisher assembly to try to fix it, or just replace it outright.
Hmm..I can try but last time I looked at interior plastic panel it looked pretty complicated...I could have done it if there was a video but looks like there is none..thank you
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Remove screws from handles etc. Pry out lights etc. Pop any poppers you can find. Work it with your hands as you go to try to find points of resistance. If there are no poppers or screws along the lower edge, then it will have snap poppers fixed to the inside of the plastic panel and you'll need to lever these out of the inner steel door frame...start at one lower corner and work your way across, then up each side. Use a plastic pry tool (available lots of places and cheaply).

Will likely swing away at the bottom and you'll have to lift it slightly to clear the glass/upper end from some kind of ridge.

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