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Driver's side power window jams and makes a "crrrrrnnnn" sound when I click to rise the glass. It moves up a little and them jams/noise. I raise it by hand and comes up a little more and jams/noise again. Any suggestions on what to do. This is a 92 Accord coupe LX.

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  • ovelasquez2 Dec 11, 2008

    Thank you very much. I will look into doing that.



  • ovelasquez2 Dec 16, 2008

    This is very helpful information about the worn out gear. That makes sense. Thank you for the information.

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Had the same problem, it is the worm gear. Go to the junk yard and get a replacement. DO NOT BUY A NEW ASSEMBLY!!!! The ones on ebay are ****, it will work, but the window will never roll up right and you will have to push it around to get it to seal. Take off the door panel, I think it is only the one screw by the handle, it has a small cover over it. The rest is just clips that pop out around the edges. I think there are two wiring harnesses that go to the power locks/windows that you will have to unplug as well. Try to get the window motor out without removing the arms and everything, it is a nightmare to try to get aligned perfectly once you take it out. Then just get one from the junkyard, should be around $40, and plug it in. Hope this helps.

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You will probably need the whole window regulator assy. very common.

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