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Re: The right rear electric window won't roll up all
The window regulator is going bad,it has a up cable and a down cable so I would replace it before it wont go up at all,they are pretty inexpensive around $70.00 at a decent parts house,its a pretty simple job, remove the door panel,locate window to regulator bolts.remove them,take glass out thru top, locate 3 bolts that hold motor assy. remove them take bolts holding regulator in place remove them,take motor and regulator out thru holes in door.you can do it! have a good day DB
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solenoid actuator probably dead or has a dead spot. It is a 1991 so 23 years old. Some times you can get these to roll up by giving a tap on the edge of the door near the locking mech with a rubber mallet. Gently tap door while trying to roll up window. It vibrates the dead spot on the solenoid. That will help you get the window up if needed and diagnose a new actuator.
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Leave the window rolled up:
remove the door panel remove the lining remove the two bolts 10 millimeter you may need wiggle the latch out and unhook it from the outside of the door or you may have to reach up inside to remove the latch Good Luck Tim
check the electrical connector on the taillight assembly for corrosion, just had the same problem on my sons car last month. clean them up as best you can and apply some electrical grease into yhe holes of the female plug
With your hands, press down on the seat cushion where it meets the seat back.Locate the retaining bolt(s).Some models retain the seat with one bolt in the center; others use two, evenly spaced left and right.
Remove the retaining bolt(s).
Life the back (toward the rear of the car) of the seat bottom upwards while rotating it toward the front of the car.
Disconnect the hooks at the front edge (during the rolling motion) of the seat and remove the seat bottom.
Remove the carpet (in the luggage compartment) from the rear of the seat backs.
Remove the seat back mounting bolts from the luggage compartment side.
Lift out the seat back.
If the rear side bolsters or pads are to be removed, remove the lower mounting bolt, then push upward to free the hooks.
Hope this helps you.
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