Question about 1988 GMC Suburban
There should be rivets holding the window to the regulator. You have to drill them out and replace them with nuts and bolts.
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1. Raise glass to full up position. (Often, this step is not possible due to broken window regulator or faulty motor. you just have to figure a way around it)
2. Remove door trim panel
3. Peel back water shield. Be careful not to tear it, so it can be put back into place.
4. find the 2 "dimples" in the door panel just opposite the window motor assembly. Using a 3/4" hole saw with a 1/4" pilot, drill the door panel at the dimples to expose the window motor mounting screws. The third motor mounting screw should be accessible without drilling.
5. remove the electrical connector from the motor
6. remove the mounting screws
7. Remove window motor.
8. To install, reverse removal procedure (skipping step 4)
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