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Remove handle ,window winder if not electric,remove arm rest screws prize door trim off carefully using a flat blade or screw driver.window winder is held on with a horse shoe clip which can be removed with a piece of wire with a hook in the end.
If the window is jammed or there is short in the electrical supply to the motor winder then so much current will be drawn that the fuse will burn out. The only way to assess what is going on is to access the mechanism by removing the inner door panel. Try assisting with your hands the opening and shutting of the window. If it is very stiff to move try cleaning the window surround channels with an old tooth and detergent.
you will have to remove all the trim from inside of the door, remove the weather seal from behind the trim as well
if it has electric windows you will have to remove the winder as a unit from inside the door
remove any broken glass from inside the door, turn the replacement glass with the narrow end down and slide it down through the top opening where the window glass normally goes in the door
once it is inside the door turn it around so it is in its normal position and place it in the channels where the glass runs, connect the electric winder mechanism and replace everything in reverse order as you removed it
hope this helps
First you will have to remove the door panel to access the window motor which is located in the door. in most cases you are better off to replace it. but first you need to check for power at motor if it has power and doesn't work replace it if no power check the switch then check wire in the door jam they usually break from excessive opening and closing of the door .
mmmm from what i can recall 2 screws in arm rest (two small holes underneath arm rest hides the screws)take these out also one in door handle trim behind handle, And the window winder if you look close in the gap between window winder and door trim you should be able to see a curbed metal pin this holds winder in place so to remove it get a knife ( thin blade will fit in between winder and trim) and push on the end bit of the metal pin and it should spring off and then door handle can be removed.
After this run your hands around door trim gently pulling around all edges ect this will pull door trim away from supports
remove the door trim from the inside of the door, now remove the door plastic weather protector which should expose the window glass and also the electric motor and winder mechanism.
There will be a plastic wire connector inside the door which will have to be disconnected to remove the electric motor etc.
Hope this helps
First door panel has to be removed, If i remember correctly there are 3 or 4 rivets that have to be drilled out to remove motor from window regulator, and unplug electrical connection, and it should come out. Replacement motor will have new blots and nuts to secure new motor back on to regulator.