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Remove door panel to gain access. Be careful not to break tinnermins that connect the panel to the door. Some of these motors have rivets, some have screws, remove screws, disconnect rails/guides for window, but remember to keep guides in same place when returning new motor into door. Use anything to keep them from falling down. Have to be in the same place they were to continue the same cycle, otherwise motor will run wrong. If first time doing this, take picture's of the unit to recognize placement if possible.
your window crank mechanism in the door is striped or bent, remove inner door panel and inspect window parts, look in bottom of door for possible parts that may have fallen off. KEEP all fingers clear of moving parts as if the window falls or something you could loose or injure them !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cant express enough but be careful. I have had cars fall on me, smashed fingers, broken fingers, broken hand, all due to car repairs so believe me when i say a mechanical window mechanism will remove or smash a finger very easily.