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Window motor replacment

Where so you get the hardware to mount the window motor? how do you get the window gear out of the door?

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  • r_rausch Dec 27, 2008

    the window motor is held in place by rivets. the question was referring to a fastener available via auto parts store that would be the equivalent of a blind bolt. I ended up pulling the window gear out and using blind bolts found at sky-craft in orlando fla.

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To remove the window motor you need to take the door panel off first it is usually just clamped on and can be taked off with a flathead screwdriver

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How do u take the door panel off on a 1995 Honda civic


Instructions
    • Check the power window fuse. Remove the kick panel located under the steering column to expose the fuse panel. Use the illustration on the kick panel to locate the power window fuse, remove it and inspect the filament. Replace if the filament is broken.
    • 2Open the hood and use a wrench to loosen the negative battery terminal. Remove the negative battery terminal and set it aside.
    • 3.
      Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the speaker cover and speaker on the appropriate door. It is not necessary to remove the speaker from its wires.
    • 4Unscrew the armrest with a Phillips head screwdriver. Remove the armrest.
    • 5Locate the door trim panel running along top of the interior of the door; where the door meets the bottom of the window. Use your Phillips head screwdriver to remove the retaining screws of the door trim panel. Grip the panel firmly and remove it by pulling upward.
    • 6Remove the door panel with your hands. The outer border of the door panel is connected with a series of plastic slips. Carefully unseat the clips to remove the door panel. Work the speaker through the speaker hole in the door panel.
    • 7Locate the window bracket. It is a combination of metal arms holding the window glass in place. The arms form an 'X' shape with the upper right arm attached to the power window motor.
    • 8Use your hand to disconnect the power window motor relay. Make sure there are no breaks in the wires and the fuses inside the relay are intact. If the relay is broken or does not connect properly with the power window motor it must be replaced.
    • 9Inspect the swing bolts on the window mounting bracket. There should be a visible amount of grease to lubricate the joints. If the swing bolt joints are dry they may be stuck. Use all-purpose automotive grease to lubricate the locked swing bolt joints.
    • 10Hold the glass in place and use the approapriate socket wrench to remove the regulator. The regulator is the metal arm holding the bottom of the window glass in place. It is attached to the bottom-most 'X' shaped arms. Remove the regulator.
    • 11Use a pencil to mark the location of the gear on the power window motor. Remove the power window motor mounting bolts and remove the motor from the door. Inspect the gear on the motor for grease and lubricate if necessary. If the motor does not work after greasing it must be replaced.
    • 12Replace door panel, door panel trim, armrest, speaker and speaker cover. Replace the negative battery terminal and lower the hood.

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I am having trouble with my 1990 Mercury Cougar window. The power window was running and would not go down so I forced it down half way. The motor is running but nothing is moving... Since I pushed it down...


You'll have to replace the regulator/motor assembly with a new one if the mechanism was damaged, which sounds like it was. Plastic parts break on these systems. If it is snowing and you don't have the resources to replace it right now, try to tape some plastic over the window using duct tape. But, this is only a temporary solution.

Nov 04, 2011 | 1990 Mercury Cougar

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My 1995 Honda Accord power windows just stopped working. Drivers side is fine. It is the rear 2 windows and the front passenger side will not go up. Checked fuses they were all fine. any suggestions?...


It could be the motor of the power windows.

  • Troubleshoot
    • 1

      Check the fuses and switches. Your owner's manual and fuse-box cover have fuse and switch diagrams. Look for the power window relay and power window motor labels. Tug out the fuse and check it for damage. Check the switches for deterioration or abnormalities. You can get a new fuse or switch at an auto parts store or super center and easily replace it.

    • 2

      Get out your tool box if you've eliminated fuses and switches as the cause of the problem. Now you have to remove the door panel to get a better look at your window's power source. For the driver's side and passenger-side doors, remove the door pad and inner moisture barrier. Use an upholstery-removal tool to help pry the panel off. The rear windows require that you remove the two center channel screws at the top of the door frame and two lower bolts in the bottom of the door. Check under the weather stripping if those bolts aren't evident.

    • 3

      Lower the window until the glass bolts are visible. Use the 10mm socket wrench to remove the bolts in the large and smaller access holes. Standing at an angle inside the door, tip the glass gently toward the outside of the door. Pull it out and set it in a secure place.

    Inspect the Motor and Regulator
    • 1

      Access the regulator by removing the front channel and regulator mounting bolts. Older models have additional roller bolts.

    • 2

      Use a digital voltage meter to test regulator power before completely removing it. A reading of less than 12 means you have a wiring or switch problem. Recheck the fuses and switches. A reading of 12 means your wiring and switches are getting power to the motor, so the motor is inoperative for another reason.

    • 3

      Remove the motor and regulator. Wear protective gloves and keep your hands clear of the regulator gear spring. You can expect it to snap abruptly on removal.

    Install New Power Window Motor and Regulator
    • 1

      Use oil to grease the roller guides and sliding surfaces of the regulator after removing all the parts. Confirm that the breather pipe is in position to keep water out of your new motor.

    • 2

      Advance the new regulator gear with your gloved hand. Use the collar and mounting bolt to secure the new motor in place. Replace the front door run channel.

    • 3

      Slide the window glass back into the door. Advance the regulator with the power window control in the door until the glass mounting bolt holes line up with the access holes. Replace the window mounting bolts.

    • 4

      Test for smooth operation of the window. The window should move up and down easily and form a tight seal when closed. Tighten or loosen window mounting bolts as needed.

    • 5

      Replace the liner and door panel. Dispose of the dead motor.

  • you can read more: How to Fix Power Windows in a Honda Accord ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4520901_fix-power-windows-honda-accord.html#ixzz1Jj3YBoi0

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    Electric window feel down broken mechanism


    Glass & Regulator

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    Fig. View of inner door frame and window regulator assembly

    1. Lower the window glass and remove the door panel.
    2. Carefully peel off the door screen so that it can be reused.
    3. Raise the window enough to reach the regulator bolts, hold the glass underneath and unbolt the glass from the regulator.
    4. To remove the glass, raise the glass by hand and tilt it as necessary to remove it from the track.
    5. To remove the regulator, lower the glass carefully to the bottom of the door and remove the bolts to remove the regulator.
    6. Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten all bolts to 61 inch. lbs. (7 Nm).
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    Fig. Installing the door glass regulator



    Motor

    1. Remove the door panel.
    2. Carefully peel off the door screen so that it can be reused.
    3. Unbolt the window from the regulator and carefully lower it to the bottom of the door.
    4. Disconnect the wiring and remove the motor mounting bolts.
    5. Remove the 3 guide rail bolts and lower the motor and guide rail assembly out the bottom of the door.
    6. Installation is the reverse of removal.
    NOTE The upper cable must be below the guide rail mounting bracket.
    Showing window regulator motor, or assembly carrier with window regulator, removal/installation

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    Fig.

    NOTE The illustration shows the removal and installation of the window regulator motor/assembly carrier with the window regulator on the rear doors. The procedure for removing and installing on the front doors is the same.
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    Fig. Slide a hammer shaft between the window guide and the assembly carrier until the end of the hammer shaft presses against the assembly carrier. Remove the screws and take off the window regulator motor

    1. Slide a hammer shaft between the window guide and the assembly carrier until the end of the hammer shaft presses against the assembly carrier.
    2. Remove the screws and take off the window regulator motor.
    To install:
    1. The gearing will move when the window regulator motor is removed; it is then no longer centered. The gearing must be aligned when the window regulator motor is installed until the window regulator motor is centered again.
    2. Installation is the reverse of the removal (see illustration).

    Motor & Regulator

    NOTE The illustrations in the procedure show the replacement of the window regulator motor/carrier assembly with window regulator for rear doors. The procedure for front doors is the same.
    1. Remove the front or rear carrier assembly.
    2. Slide a hammer handle between the window guide and carrier assembly until the hammer handle end presses on the gears of the carrier assembly.
    3. Unfasten the bolts (1) and remove window regulator.

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      Fig. Unfasten the bolts (1) and remove window regulator

    To install:

    NOTE By removing window regulator motor, gearing shifts, it is not centered.
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    Fig. By removing window regulator motor, gearing shifts, it is not centered

    1. When installing window regulator motor, the gears must be aligned until the window regulator motor is centered again.
    2. Attach and tighten the bolts to 3.5 Nm. The bolts must be tightened to specifications, or damage to plastic sleeve on window regulator motor can result.
    3. Carrier assembly with window regulator, installing:
      1. For replacement part carrier assemblies, the gearing is secured in place with a cable tie.

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        Fig. For replacement part carrier assemblies, the gearing is secured in place with a cable tie (1)

      2. Slide a hammer handle between window guide and SF so far until hammer handle end presses on gears of SF.
    4. Remove the cable tie .
    5. By removing window regulator motor, gearing shifts, it is not centered.
    6. When installing window regulator motor, gears must be aligned until window regulator motor is centered again.
    7. Attach and tighten bolts to 3.5 Nm. The bolts must be tightened to specifications, or damage to plastic sleeve on window regulator motor can result.

    Hope this helps to solve it.

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    Electric Window Motor REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Ranger
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Open the window. Remove the trim panel and watershield and support the window.
    3. Disconnect the power window motor connector.
    4. There may be a drill dimple in the door panel, opposite the concealed motor retaining bolt. Drill out the dimple to gain access to the bolt. Be careful to avoid damage to the wires. Remove the motor mounting bolts and remove the motor and regulator assembly.
    5. Separate the motor and drive from the regulator on a workbench.
    6. Installation is the reverse of removal.
    7. Check for smooth operation before installing the trim panel.
    Except Ranger
    1. Raise the window fully if possible. If not, you will have to support the window during this procedure. Disconnect the battery ground.
    2. Remove the door trim panel.
    3. Disconnect the window motor wiring harness.
    4. There may be a drill dimple in the door panel, opposite the concealed motor retaining bolt. Drill out the dimple to gain access to the bolt. Be careful to avoid damage to the wires.
    5. Remove the motor mounting bolts (front door) or rivets(rear door).
    6. Push the motor towards the outside of the door to disengage it from the gears. You'll have to support the window glass once the motor is disengaged.
    7. Remove the motor from the door.
    8. Installation is the reverse of removal. To avoid rusting in the drilled areas, prime and paint the exposed metal, or, cover the holes with waterproof body tape. Make sure that the motor works properly before installing the trim panel.
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    Where is the window motor located in my 1996 explorer ? It must need replaced because when I push up or down it just clicks.


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    You will see this when you get to the motor behind the door panel...

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    Motor
    1. Raise the window glass to the full-up position if possible. If the glass cannot be raised and is in a partially down or full-down position, it must be supported so that it will not fall into the door well when removing the window motor.
    2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    3. Remove the door trim panel and watershield.
    4. Detach the window motor harness connector.
    WARNING

    If the front door power window regulator counterbalance spring must be removed or replaced for any reason, make sure that the front door power window regulator arms are in a fixed position prior to removal to prevent possible injury during c-spring unwind.


    WARNING

    If the front door power window regulator counterbalance spring must be removed or replaced for any reason, make sure that the front door power window regulator arms are in a fixed position prior to removal to prevent possible injury during c-spring unwind.

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    2. Remove the window motor.

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    1. Position the window motor to the power window regulator. Install the three screws snugly but do not tighten all the way.
    2. Attach the window regulator electric drive wires at the connector and cycle the door window glass to make sure the motor gear engages. After the gears are engaged, tighten the three window motor retaining screws to 54-88 inch lbs.(6-10 Nm).
    3. Connect the negative battery cable.
    4. Check the power window for proper operation.
    5. Install the door trim panel and watershield.
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