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Window regulator how do i change my window regulator on my driver side

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Remove the door panel, i think there is a screw in the door handle/pocket, behind the door lever, and maybe a couple on the under part of the door panel, you'll just have to look and see. Then just pry on the door panel and the clips should pop out all around the panel. Then lift up and out on the panel. Unplug the electrical connector(s). Then just undo the nuts holding in the regulator, 3 or 4 i believe and i think they're 10mm. Then just do reverse for install. I hope this helps, good luck

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remove door pannel you will see three nuts undo the unplug conector take out then replace

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i do theses regulators all the time . its not hard to change the motor . you may need to drill out the rivits and replace them with bolts and nuts

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first these are easy to do,second look on ebay a-1 auto I think sells replacement for around $100 U.S
Take door panel off,there are several bolts in reg and 2 keepers on the window glass unhook the 2 keepers unplug the motor and turn unit and bring out the bottom of the doorthe window glass does NOT have to come out. it should only take less than an hour to do.

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regulator usually wears out and breaks or gets bound and burns up motor, change them both if available. Good sign of bad regulator is sloppy window in track, or window off track. I always replace them together if they are available. it is possible that you just need a switch, but most likely the reg/motor.

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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