Question about 2000 Honda Civic
The window of my 2000 honda civic has gone of track for the second time. It cost me near $60 to fix at a repair shop and it seems to keep recurring. Is there a way to fix it at home and keep it from recurring?
My 2000 Honda has done it about 5 times. You can fix it fairly easy at home but unfortunately it will keep occuring until you replace the whole lifting system which is expensive! First you have to take out the screws that holds the speaker on, and 1 on the handle and 1 where you pull the door shut. Then unplug the wiring for the speaker, auto window and door locks, pop the door panel off. There are 2 bolts on the bottom of each end of the door. They hold the bracket that holds the track. Loosen whichever side is out of track (you may have to do both) and work it back in. You also may have to run the window up and down to help it back in. Hope this helps dude!
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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