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The issue on a manual window winder if becoming stiff, is that the internal mechanism will likely be worn and possibly corroded.
Before stripping and replacing any parts, try purchasing a silicone spray and applying it to the inside, rubber edges of the window runner guides on both sides. If these guides have become perished and out of shape, then these too can cause the issue you are describing.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in the door handle you will see some plastic caps
remove these you will then find some phillips screwsremove them the handle will com off
same with the window winder handle
then check for other screws then pull door card off. but gently bottem out & top up
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
I couldn't find any diagram on the internet for you, but you can call your local auto part stores for a Haynes Manual for your vehicle, or you can go to this link, I found a repair manual for you on ebay
I hope all works out.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: Remove Window Crank
Behind the crank is a clip that looks like this:
There is a special tool to remove these. If you do not have one, you have two easy options.
If you can push the panel back far enough to see which end is which, you can get behind the loop end with a 90 degree pick and pull the clip out.
Otherwise you can take a small shoprag and slide it under the crank and work it back and worth around it, applying pressure towards the crank until it hangs up on the pointed ends and it will push the clip off.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
handle is retained by a 'clip' that fits into a groove in the widow regulator stem.with handle facing down,[6 o'clock] use a cloth under handle at the round part,give it a 'shoe shine' motion while pulling up on cloth to dislodge spring clip enough to grasp and remove it.you can also press back door panel & dislodge clip with a small flat blade screwdriver.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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