9. After trimming, fitting, and trimming (and more trimming, and even more...) I was able to get the switch to insert. I tested the operation. It's a center-off momentary in both directions. It was just tight enough that it wouldn't return to center. More trimming...
Finally it fit and worked right!
10. Then I marked the center of the console (by eye) and determined where the 3 LED indicators would be mounted. I decided to mount them closely together so I could install 2 more switches in the future if I want to without any issues regarding placement.
The LED housing is narrower than a piece of tape so I conveniently used it to determine how far it was to the other 2 centers and marked them with another piece of wire bent to the right length. The little pieces of tape at the outer edges mark where there are pieces of white plastic inside the opening of the overhead cavity. Prevented me from mounting something there and having interference issues!
11. I drilled 3 small holes so the bit wouldn't "walk", then enlarged them to the final size with a larger bit. Installed and tightened them. I'm just OCD enough that I also made sure the red wires were all aligned toward the outer edge and the black ones were toward the center. Hey, neatness counts! ;>)
12. After wiring and final installation. (Dude, there's a gnarly scratch! Yeah, while cleaning up the LED holes I slipped. Damn!)
Currently the driver's window is not part of this system, but someday I intend to modify the motor so I can add it in.
The switch is wired to my express up/down modules. With one press Open I can vent the "other" three. If I hold it 'til after they vent and start moving again they all go down all the way. When I press the Close position they all express up. The Open and Close positions match the sunroof's so it's operation is consistent, plus the new switch is contoured with a dip and a rise so I installed it in the same orientation as the sunroof's.
The LEDs are:
Left - Parking lights On
Center - CHMSL operation (Not hooked up yet but wire has been run to the lower console in preparation)
Right - Fog lights On (I know there's a yellow light on the switch, but it's hidden by the steering wheel spoke unless I either move my head or turn the wheel. Also not hooked up yet, but also wire has been run.)