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I need to take apart my door to fix the window regulator

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  • itspitts Nov 02, 2008

    Its a 1999 hyundai sonata
    and i nee to fis the window regulator

  • itspitts Nov 02, 2008

    i still need to figure out how to get the panel off ,so i can replace it



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I just replaced mine on the driver's door about a month ago.  To get to it you need to remove all the screws holding the door panel on.  Two at the front edge, one in the door handle, one in the control panel for the power windows and locks.  I think there were also a couple of bolts under that panel once you have it off.  Once you get the door panel off, then you have seven bolts holding the regulator to the door.  It's alittle tricky getting it out of the door, but not too bad.

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