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Undo the wiring, hoses drive shafts unbolt the engine mounts disconnect the speedo and gear shift cables and cooler pipes if auto obtain an engine crane hook up to the lift hooks at either end of the motor ,then lift the lot out of the car.
to remove door trim you have to disconnect negative battery cable.then remove two screws attaching arm rest to door trim.remove arm rest it held in place by front and rear hooks that fit into slots in door trim.to release the hooks grasp the arm rest with both hands push it towards thr door pull up on the side of the arm rest facing door.remove four speaker grille mounting screws and the grille.then remove door trim panel screwss from bottom edge of the panel.remove the three remote control plate screws from the plate and the single screw in the rear edge of the door.then lift up on the door trim panel to release the molding from the top edge of the door then slide the panel forward to clear the latch release handle and down to clear the lock rod knob.if job look to difficult let a body shop fix.removing window door motor need tools to drill out rivets and reinstall rivots you need special tools to fix window motor and regulator.
I had all four of my windows do this on my 2000 bville. There is a small plastic piece that hooks to both ends of the cable and slides up and down the rail to pull the window up and down. This plastic piece broke on all four of my windows and let the cable fall. I fixed it cheap though. I took apart each door and pulled out the motor/slide/pulley assembly and wired it back together with coat hanger wire. It was a lot of work, but beat paying 160 dollars per window for new assembly (that would probably break again!)