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I've removed the motors, which is quite straightforward, and found that the motherboard has four solenoids on it, one for each direction of the two motors. They spark inside (seen through their opaque plastic covers) and only work intermittently. They need changing or need a new motherboard. Unfortunately they're soldered in. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks. BRS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need to remove the bolts that hold the window guides in place, and carefully lower the window assembly so you can get to the bolts that hold the regulator to the window. When reinstalling, be careful not to over tighten the bolts.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
The coolant temp sensor sends signal to the ECU and the ECU adjusts the idle RPM. When the coolant is cold, the engine requires more fuel to sustain idle with thick oil (oil gets thicker & more viscous when cold). This makes the engine to idle at faster RPM but it should settle down to 850 RPM or so after the coolant warms up. The sensor is nothing but a thermistor; a device that changes electrical resistance according to the coolant temperature.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
You drill the head of the rivet out....start with a small bit and work your way up....then pop it out with a blow from a hammer and a screwdriver or punch. Then, if you don't have rivets to replace the removed ones, get a few bolts and nylon threaded nuts and use those to install the new window motor.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Thanks alabama! Cant use my garage so Im in the the driveway, its cold (Jan. in Indiana) and I don't have alot of patience right now. Again thanks very much for sharing!
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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