Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
How to remove old ones and replace new
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If no screws or nuts holding it that you can see from outside, then just use a screwdriver or something and pry at the base where it is against metal.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
You need to purchase or borrow a door spring compressor. They aren't too expensive. You might be able to get one from the part store. You can however get it out with a pry bar. But you will need the compressor to get it back in.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
You will have to remove the old ones (a round punch of about 1/4" works well, then remove and replace parts (two punch up, two punch down). BE SURE you have the door supported with a block of wood under the door while doing this. It would help for two people to do it also, but not 100% necessary. Good Luck ALSO REMOVE THE LATCH THAT KEEPS THE DOOR FROM SWINGING ALL THE WAY OPEN, THAT WILL GIVE YOU BETTER ACCESS.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
This would more than likely NOT be a sensor problem.
In replacing the hinges you more than likely disrupted the wires that run from the cab into the door, causing a ground, pinching a wire or in some way causing no power to get through one of the wires. There is a rubber boot that runs between the door and the cab, pull it back and have someone hold the button in the down position. Then wiggle the wires until the window moves. That truck will have defog mirrors on it more than likeley so there will be plenty of wires to wiggle. When you find the problem wire simply cut the problem area, replace it with an end to end connector (**** connector) and seal it with silicone. If it is not one of the wires, you more than likely had a wire come off inside the door. (depends on how much you horsed it when you were changing those hinges) Thats where i'd start.
Best Of Luck!
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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