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2010 Gallardo Spyder... my interior switches for lock/unlock, putting the top up/down, raising/lowering the rear windscreen are "gummy"/"sticky"... is this common? Can they be cleaned or do they need to be replaced?

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Before you replace try makeup removal pads. I saw a Utube video and stole my daughters for the Sport/Auto/Corsa buttons which were pretty bad - I had to remove the button assembly first but they basically came out brand new aside from a couple scratches on the Auto button that I touched up.
 

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Interesting on the makeup removal pads... I had seen in an earlier post to use rubbing alcohol...
 

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2010 Gallardo Spyder... my interior switches for lock/unlock, putting the top up/down, raising/lowering the rear windscreen are "gummy"/"sticky"... is this common? Can they be cleaned or do they need to be replaced?

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Tony
Sorry, just confirming but sticky to the touch or sticky internally? If sticky to the touch there are a bunch of ways to fix them.
 

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Sorry, just confirming but sticky to the touch or sticky internally? If sticky to the touch there are a bunch of ways to fix them.
Sticky to the touch... the typical button problem... going to try rubbing alcohol and if that doesn't give good results I also saw interior plastic cleaner or goo gone...
 
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Sticky to the touch... the typical button problem... going to try rubbing alcohol and if that doesn't give good results I also saw interior plastic cleaner or goo gone...
Glad the goo gone worked. That’s what I use. Window switches are probably fine but don’t use alcohol on the R, or the three buttons on the center console (if e gear). I heard and read that the alcohol is too strong and takes off the rubber making the button white....
 

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I was definitely concerned about using alcohol after reading some older threads on this... TBH the goo gone was really quite easy and I love the results
 
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