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Window does not go down

Passenger side window does not go down, I need to know how to expose the inside of the door? Do I have to remove any screws?

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C5 Corvettes do have problems with windows not working.Most of the time their just stuck.If you take a rubber hammer and smack the bottom of the door a few times while pushing the switch to the down side ,it will release the window and start working.If keeps happening,replace the window motor& regulator.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

  • Donald White Oct 19, 2008

    If you have to remove the door panel there are 2 screws behind the cover that is behind the door pull handle.

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