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Drivers side widow will not go down more than 2 inches

The driver's window goes down 2 inches , Then the motor goes "brrr". Obviously, the motor still functions, but the window is stuck/off track somehow. I've repaired windows (in the doors) before when they've fallen off the tracks. The diagrams I had for disassembling the interior door panels are long lost. How do I remove the drivers side interior door panel to get the window back on track? Do you have diagrams from the manuals? -E.G.

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A) Remove the screws in the following locations:

  1. Door handle
  2. door grip
  3. Middle of panel, 3/4 down the panel from the top
B) Removal of door Handle

  1. Use caution
  2. Slide the door handle in the direction of the motor
  3. The door handle is now freed from the door
C) Partial removal of door panel
  1. Insert a dull instrument into the port that is located on the panel roughly half way down the panel and the side the furthest from engine.
  2. Carefully pry the panel loose.
  3. With your hands, remove the panel by its contour. There are roughly 10 or so plastic plug
D) Tricky Part; Removal of door Handle

  1. Free the door handle from the panel, by carefully pushing it through the panel on an angle...
  2. You can now push the panel up beyond the door lock button.... then...
  3. The wiring haness is now exposed.
E) Wiring Harness

  1. You now un plug the wiring harness from:
  • Door handle
  • Lower courteosy light
  • Electric window controls (three wires)
F) Final steps

  • Lift the panel up and over the door lock button.
Now to your window problem.

When I examined the problem that I had with my Odyssey, I found the following:

  1. Two bolts were missing;
  2. The other tow bolts were lossed;
  3. The motor had shifted positions.





Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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