Question about 1997 Honda Accord
I am told this is could be a nightmare according to the only message that i can find on the internet, could use a little help
This is a job for a mechanic or good part time shade tree person, with experience doing this kind of repair. You need some tools to get the handles, armrests and special hardware holding the door panel on, and may need to drill out some rivets on the motor and rivet the new unit back on. If you work on your car get a Haynes manual at a auto parts store and you will see the step by step instructions to do most repairs, around $20 or less on ebay.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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