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How remove the panels to replace the rear hatch lifts 1995 camaro

1995 camaro, need to replace the rear lift hatch arms, need to remove the panels to get access

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You don't have to remove the panels, the lifts are held on with U clips at each end of the gas cylinder

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(see Figures 1 and 2)
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Fig. 1: Front door window regulator mounting

CAUTION If electric motor removal from the regulator is required, the sector gear must be locked in position. The regulator lift arm is under tension from the counterbalance spring and could cause personal injury if the sector gear is not locked in position.
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Fig. 2: Locking the sector gear on the window regulator motor



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  1. To install the motor to the regulator. Use a rivet tool, J-29022 or equivalent, and install 3 / 16 in. (5mm) rivets or 3 / 16 in. (5mm) nuts and bolts. Remove the bolt and nut used to secure the sector gear in position.
  2. Place the regulator through the rear access hole into the door inner panel. If the electric regulator is being installed, engage the wire connector to motor prior to installing the regulator to the inner panel.
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