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Does the entire glass and regulator have to be removed to replace the window motor???
Anybody have a link to tech procedure?
I'm right in the middle of pealing the door apart and don't have access to Internet other than my iPhone!
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first of all make sure the window is rolled up otherwise you won't be able to get it out of the hole in the door IIRC. all you have to do is disconnect the connector to the motor and remove three or so bolts and the motor can come out through the larger hole towards the front of the door. there might even be a few rivets that you have to drill out, but thats not always the case.
you shouldn't have to remove anything extra to get the motor out.
Yup. It comes out by it's self. The OEM is a bitch to get out, had to loosen the Regulator bolts and it took some twisting and turning but it came out. The aftermarket was thinner and just slid right in. Works great!
Now I can at least roll down the window in the 90degree weather we've been having. Until the A/C really kicks in
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